YES, they can/did. You had paid NO money on the car so it WASNT yours. Do you think it makes you look like a GOOD credit risk when you stop payment on the DP??
A grantor is a person or institution who is a copayer of the loan, in case the original borrower defaults. As a general rule, if you cannot qualify for the loan on your own, due to credit ratings or other issues, you should not take up the loan. That is because you put the other person's finances at risk. To get a person to back you, you should provide a sound business plan, a share in the property and provide funds for a downpayment. You should expect that if you do not make payments, that the person will repossess the property.
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