bank loan problems with pnc

I have a car loan that I have been paying and it is with pnc bank. I am paying 450 a month. It was a new vehicle and everything that is a “normal wear” item has failed on it. the headlight bulbs burnt out in december of 08 which wasn’t even a year. the brakes had to be replaced in march because they were worn. I was told that this stuff happens and yeah I am aware of that but it is pretty ridiculous. Anyways, my problem with pnc bank. for the past 6 months they call my work phone number the past 3 months 3 times and I had told them to stop after the first time, and my payment per the pa

Asked on May 15, 2009 under Business Law, Pennsylvania


L.M., Member, California Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 11 years ago | Contributor

Sorry, but the problem you're having seems to have been cut off.  If you are making your loan payments and doing so on time, why is the lender calling you?  Please write again and lay out the issues so we can address them.  I understand the "normal wear" stuff, but what does that have to do with the loan?  Thanks.

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