California Association of Licensed Repossessors - COVID19
CALR’s California lobbyist, G.V. Ayers is working hard on Assembly Bill 2501 (AB-2501) this is another attempt to create negative barriers in the repossession industry, under the guise of consumer protection. A week and a half after the Los Angeles City Council introduced their proposal to ban repossessions in the city of Los Angeles, AB-2501 is now being heard in the Assembly and Banking Finance Committee on May 19th, 2020. Included in AB2501 is a 6-month moratorium/ban on all repossessions in the state of California.
Although the author of this bill may have good intentions, this bill will be financially devastating to the consumer.
On April 21st CALR and their lobbyist had a call with the Governor’s office. CALR has followed up with a letter to the Governor’s Office as well as E-mails.
On April 30th the city of Los Angeles requested the above ban.
CALR is meeting with all of the stakeholders regarding this bill. We will continue and advise.
The stakeholders are lined up like Rocket’s and this will be a fight to be remembered.
We need your donations to pay our lobbyist to fight this bill in Sacramento.
How can you help? Join CALR today!
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The repossession trades have united to create “Repo-Alliance” This is the group who on a federal level has hired a lobbyist. They too need your help and support!