It's highly unlikely a lender would consider such a request. Additionally, while participating in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, all major financial transactions must have the approval of the bankruptcy trustee before they can be undertaken.
Any person attempting to use such a card would be guilty of fraud and/or stealing by deceit, both of which are criminal felonies and subject to prosecution.
The cosigner's credit will only be affected if the person that they cosign for defaults on the loan. The bankruptcy will not affect the cosigners credit.
Not if the bankrupcy actually belongs to the person on whose report it shows. The credit bureau will simply correct the SS#.
The person who desires to take custody from the person who presently has custody.
Debt acting like a cancerAfter the second time a chapter 7 is filed and completed, a person's credit scores may turn out better then before. The key to high credit scores entirely depends on the individual and the way in which he handles his finances. If we don't pay our bills on time and max out our credit cards, then we will be right back where we started. Filing chapter 7 is like that of a needed surgery, where in order to get out of the hole, we must cut out the debt. With high interests charges it could very well take a person a lifetime to pay everything off and especially if he's maxed out. In order for a person to get someplace, the over burden of debt must be eliminated. That's what the chapter 7 is for. Its easy to restablish good credit if the person is disciplined and determined.
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I may be wrong about this, but it is my understanding that you CAN'T get a Chapter 13 off your credit report until it automatically comes off 7 years from the date it was filed. But, if it's on there longer than 7 years, you can ask the credit reporting agency to remove it. A Chapter 13 bankruptcy is listed on your credit report for 7 years regardless of why the case was filed or whether it was successfully completed or dismissed (and Chapter 7's are on your credit for 10 years). Please note that nothing in this posting or in any other posting constitutes legal advice; this is simply my understanding of the facts, which I do not warrant, and I am not suggesting any course of action or inaction to any person.
The person with bad credit pays back the loan that the good credit helped him with in good payment statis. Have payment met on time or a little early will help the person with bad credit. The person with good credit is very generous with his credit. If the bad credit person does not pay on time or falters the loan. the Good credit person will have a problem . Not the bad credit person. Helping someone get back on their feet is a good thing. Make sure that your Good credit is not in jepordy.
There is nothing that stops you from getting married, but do tell the other person about your credit history.
its advantages are * the person need not to pay money at sport *the person had got a credit offers in credit sales
A credit card is a line of credit given to a person that has good credit. the person can charge things and pay it back with small payments each month.
The type of credit that is extended when a person uses a credit card is revolving credit. Revolving credit allows the consumer to carry a balance and pay a minimum monthly.
The credit history of a person is the record of whether this person has paid his or her loans, and how promptly.
A person is in credit card debt when they have charges on their credit card and can not pay them. A person can make charges on a credit card and make payments at a later date. When a person charges on their credit card, the charge is now a debt that must be paid.
Yes, Walmart will hire a person with bad credit. Walmart does not check the credit of a person applying for a job.
In a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, a person filing for relief is called a
a blind person with good credit has a more chance than a person who can see with bad credit maybe it's the credit of the person
Lenders look at the middle credit score of the person with the worst credit score and not the person with good credit. You can get a free credit report from www.freecreditreport.com every 12 months from all 3 credit agencies. Look for any duplicate or erroneous items on your credit report and dispute them.
Limited credit experience means that a person does not have much in the way of credit history. This means that a person has used credit as payment in the past, but not to a great deal.
By law, a person (or couple) can only declare bankruptcy every seven years. If you go through with a Chapter 7 bankrupcy, it will take 7 years for it to rotate off of your credit history.
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There are many prepaid credit cards that a person is able to buy without credit checks. But if a person wished to buy a "normal" credit card such as VISA there is a company called Credit Federal that requires no credit checks to purchase a credit card.
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Chapter 7 in terms of law refers to when a person or person is filing for a certain and specific type of bankruptcy that is then referred to and known as Chapter 7.
A good credit history