Ford Credit

I have a buyer for my Ford Taurus and there is a lien from Ford Credit. How do I transfer the title/get the lien removed quickly? Ford Credit is closed today, so I was hoping someone would know.
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snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com wrote:

Nothing can be done until FC is paid off, releases the lien and title anyway, so you might as well wait till tomorrow.
I'm thinking it will be fairly straightforward, and they will know exactly the easiest way... although they'll probably try to sell the buyer a loan.
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in my state if the lean is more than 7 years old you are good to go.no removal necessary.
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I have a buyer for my Ford Taurus and there is a lien from Ford Credit. How do I transfer the title/get the lien removed quickly? Ford Credit is closed today, so I was hoping someone would know.
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Ford Credit has the lien. Only Ford Credit can release the lien, thereby releasing the title for transfer, after the note is paid off with cleared funds.
Call Ford Credit during business hours Monday and ask what you must do to obtain a clear title as quickly as possible.
There is often a lien payoff involved in the sale of a car. A reasonable buyer will understand the paperwork involved and will cooperate with patience. If the buyer pressures you to deliver the car before completing the financial work, be suspicious. If you decide to go ahead, be sure to get 100% CASH in advance and have a written agreement for the transaction defining your rights and responsibilities.
Good luck.
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On 6 Nov 2005 11:50:50 -0800, snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com wrote:

Must get FC to release the vehicle lien. It's a very simple thing which they do nearly every day. Documentation can be faxed. The process is pretty much the same with any lien holder. They really don't care as long as the get paid.
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