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Unread 06-20-2020, 10:22 AM
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79 year old male, looking for $20,000 to buy out my lease on 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe with 16,000 miles. Will make you irrevocable beneficial on my life insurance policy for $40,000 plus you will end up with the car. Car is in excellent condition, has heated seats, dual A/C and heat, tinted windows and much more.
if interested please let me know as I need to make decision by end of July.
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$20k buy-out......looks like the lease is up-side down already.


Are you going to make monthly payments to the investor, or is payout at death??
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$20k buy-out......looks like the lease is up-side down already.


Are you going to make monthly payments to the investor, or is payout at death??
payout at death
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Your latest medical report ?

Your estate could conceivably end up paying any future fiances
death benefits to cover medical cost.
Beneficiary gets the left overs if any
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Your latest medical report ?

Your estate could conceivably end up paying any future fiances
death benefits to cover medical cost.
Beneficiary gets the left overs if any
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not if you are the irrevocable beneficial. I have no surviving children. Money automatically goes to you. you re not responsible for my final expenses.
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Whoever would do this better run this by an attorney familiar with elder law
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have no problem with that
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Why do you need to buy out the lease? Just give the car back at lease end.
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Why do you need to buy out the lease? Just give the car back at lease end.
could do that but car is low mileage and in great condition and cheaper that leasing a new car.
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Why not cash in your life insurance , if it has a value over $100K, some company will give you $50K right now- then you can pay off your car and have $30K in your pocket
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OMG!!! just sell it and avoid all of this kraal
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for sure. might be worth $12,000
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run!
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Why is this , "advertisement" in this section?
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for sure. might be worth $12,000
Used 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport Sport Utility 4D Pricing | Kelley Blue Book
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