`Repo Men` Face Tougher Times in Resurgent Economy

americannovice | Feb 19, 2013 11:41 AM ET It`s not over until it`s over. Light strikes twice. Just hang tight, Mr. Repoman. Whatever the saying, history always repeats itself.

americannovice | Feb 19, 2013 11:41 AM ET The surfer knows that the waves will return.

NewDay12 | Feb 19, 2013 03:06 PM ET Repos down? Easy one to pin point...... -Let`s take auto sales.......waaaay off historical highs.....volume is very low compared to the "good ol days"...credit is tighter -Most people already have had their stuff repoed the last few years and there is nothing left to take. -People either arn`t spending their credit like the used and/or are underemployed.. Combine those three factors there is simply less "stuff" to repo. It doesn`t take a genius to figure this one out. Just another article by a journalist who is hanging on to their job for dear life.....stupid sheeple.

americannovice | Feb 20, 2013 01:10 AM ET Repos would decline if people would just take the time to buy a vehicle not to impress everyone else. Nobody could careless on what you drive.






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