LD14
Contributor

Due to job loss and loss of significant other, I have recently had to file bankruptcy.  Unfortunately, I did have one USAA credit card.  I also had my car loan through USAA.  Both accounts are no longer accessible on the website.  My auto loan is auto-deducted from my checking account at a different financial institution.  Will this continue to take place?  Or will I need to find a different way to make my car payment?  I pay bi-weekly and have had 3 different auto loans through USAA and have never missed a payment.  I had to include the car in the BK per the lawyer.  However, I have/had every intention to continue to pay as I always have.  I am concerned now though on how to continue to make my payments.  

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@LD14, I'm sorry to learn of the losses you have experienced, and I applaud your effort to continue making payments after bankruptcy. Our Member Debt Solutions team can answer your questions regarding the loan payments. You may reach them by calling 800-284-9821. Specialists are available Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. CT. ~DC