There is a big difference between being responsible for something and being legally liable for it. As far as the credit bureaus are concerned, if the ACCOUNT is yours, it doesn't matter who made the late payments. You, as the account holder, are liable. The information is correctly reported against you.
transfer payments are about of U.S. domestic output as of 2009
The answer depends on which country you refer to. Since you have not bothered to share that bit of information, I cannot provide a more useful answer.
You monthly payment on a loan is largely based on your monthly income. usually you are expected to pay 15% percent of you income to you debtors or creditors.
6.25 = 625%
To convert 0.15 to percent multiply by 100: 0.15 × 100 = 15 %
30% = 0.30
The answer is 40%
3.02% = 0.0302
Interest payments on the debt
46 percent 35%
In some states yes.
That depends on how soon you've agreed to pay it off.
Internet information is not 100 percent reliable. Suggestion is that you compare information from reliable sources with other sources before using information.
TEN MILLION! Wow! 180 payments of $94,932.33 - IF you start payments immediately - at the beginning of the month. 180 payments of $95,565.21 - IF you start payments waiting 30 days to start at the end of the month.