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Only A Few Minutes After The Repo Man Took This Couple's Car, He Did Something To Help Them

NOVEMBER 23, 2016  —  By Corinne Sanders

Repossession agents, commonly referred to as repo men and women, are definitely no strangers to taking property away from people who are down on their luck.

Unfortunately, their job requires them to basically ignore the hardships experienced by those in financial trouble, even if they feel sympathy for them. However, one Illinois man decided to do a good deed for an elderly couple who got behind on their car payment.

Jim Ford, co-owner of Illini Asset Recovery, was in the middle of repossessing Stan and Pat Kipping's car when he decided that he had to figure out a way to help them.

Shortly after towing their car away, he called the bank in an amazing act of kindness.


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I'm sure that just seeing the overjoyed looks on their faces made everything completely worth it for him. I just have one thing to say to Ford:


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