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Subject: Getting out of a lease .... Date: 11/7/2000 10:54 AM
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I recently (7-8 months ago) bought a motorcycle as my promary mode of transportation. This was my first lease purchase and didn't know what I was getting myself into. I chose the 7 year option cause the low payments looked good. Now I am stuck paying more interest per month that principal. I owe over $4,700 on the bike still and can NOT drive it anymore. I had 2 friends die recently on their motorcycles and I refuse to ride it. Instead of letting it rust away what should I do? I can't sell it for what I owe cause, well, it's not worth it. I thought I was signing on for $3,000 then my first statement was over $5000 I about died. What ca I do and still keep my credit somewhat "good"

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