Can I refinance my car loan without a copy of the original loan contract?
I've looked everywhere for my contract, but I can't find it. Can I go ahead with refinancing without it?
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Answered on Apr 07, 2021
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“No, you will need a copy of your original loan contract to verify that there are no prepayment penalties for refinancing. If you do not have one, your original lender should be able to provide you with another copy. “
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