Can your cosigner repo your car if you are behind on your payment but not in trouble with the financial institution?
Amanda, if you are behind on the payment, youare "in trouble' with the lender. you are in default and could be repoed by the lender at any time. they just havent pushed the issue YET. Co-signor can only 'repo" IF they are listed as co-owner on the TITLE.
You can try to dispute the charge with you financial institution. However, if the Psychic reading was done by a legitimate organization or by a person with a legitimate business, you may have trouble getting your money back. Why you might ask. You pay for a service - you receive the service - transaction complete and that's why your financial institution would see it as a legitimate charge.
Sure, in fact most people do not need a cosigner to get an auto loan. The entire process is based on your credit rating, financial situation, and your income. If they are requiring you to have a cosigner, then your credit rating must be very bad or you are buying more car than you can really afford. Purchase what you can really afford and no more. Never, ever, purchase a car that requires more than…
First things first; find out who's name is on the registration and title. If it is only in one of your names, you could be in trouble. I suggest you call a lawyer and fast if that is the case and your name isn't on either of them. A doubt very much if a lender will release a cosigner from any obligation if the collateral is not fully paid for. In this case the collateral…
Loan capital, also known as borrowed capital, is business funding secured from a financial institution or finance company. Some of the risks of using loan capital are high-interest rates, tying up company money to repay the loan that could be better used for expansion and the perception that a company is in trouble, undermining their credibility.
How long must a share draft account remain open with a negative balance before it may be closed by the institution?
No! Ford does not care about its customers or workers they only care about taking your money! They don't forgive anything. They only work with you if they have direct access to your paycheck! They can get in financial trouble and take years to get back on track but if you owe them and get in financial trouble they treat you like you are the scum of the earth!
In essense what you are describing is loaning a car to another person for an indefinate period of time. If the arrangement is that the other person is to make the payments, it is a foolish thing for you to do, dangerous to you financially. But, no, you cannot get into criminal trouble, only trouble of a financial nature.
The noun 'trouble' is a count noun as a word for problems, worries, or difficulties. Example: This company has serious financial troubles. The noun 'trouble' is a non-count noun as a word for a specific health problem (heart trouble), additional effort required or extended, an unpleasant situation, a situation where blame is likely, bad or violent behavior.
The Big Three refers to Ford, GM, and Chrysler (The Big Three Auto makers in North America). They have all come into financial trouble and are threatening job losses or even folding the companies completely if they do not receive a loan from the US and Canadian Gov.'s. It is later learned the Ford did not need the money, but would have taken the handout if the others got free money. Ford is not in…
1) make a payment as soon as you can and pay as much as you can, including something toward the arrearage (sometimes a recent payment, even partial, can avoid various sorts of trouble); 2) make your payment directly to the courts or the disbursement unit in the State where the order was entered - DO NOT send the money to the obligee/custodial parent.
See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bailout Bailout refers to the action of helping out somebody in trouble. You can compare the bailout in financial terms to the bail or parol we get for someone in jail. In bailout, a company with strong financial status offers to help a company that is in dire financial needs. Such a scenario is where the stronger company bails out the weaker one.
If a bank is on the brink of taking possession of a company, chances are the company is in financial trouble. When the bank does take possession it usually means that the company has gone into foreclosure. They will then sell the property and the company owners will need to settle their financial issues.
A borrowee is an individual or a company that borrows money from a borrower, though this term is not correct. The grammatically correct term is borrowed. ex: XYZ lent money to ABC. XYZ sued the borrowed because it was not receiving its capital back. Although a word 'borrowee' is not a correct term, it is sometimes used in financial world of business to describe an entity that an individual or an institution has 'borrowed' money…