You'd need to ask your friends and family. No one you don't know is going to cosign for you, and a lot of people you do know may turn you down also. Answer If you need someone to cosign a loan because you cannot obtain it on your own, you should not get a loan. All you are doing, in essence, is passing on the problem to another person, who will likely end up paying for both. Improve your habits and credit history and wait until you can do this on your own.
You will have the same BAD results as if you had co-signed for a total stranger. Anytime a loan is not paid,not paid on time or defaulted on, the credit results are BAD for anyone signatory to the loan.
You will be responsible for the money.
i need a place for my family have a great paying job just cannot find a place credit is bad help.
Christian Debt or Credit Counseling is provided by such companies as Christian Credit Counselors, Family Life Credit, Family Life Resources, and Christian Credit Counsel.
yes - when you co-sign, you are guaranteeing the bank that they will be paid
Companies that specialize in Christian debt services are Christian Credit Relief, Trinity Credit, Family Life Credit and Christian Credit Consolidation. Another company that provides this service is Family Credit.
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A family credit counselor aids people in managing their debts. They can assist in teaching how to improve credit ratings, managing debts and household spending plans.
The best, but little known resource for credit improvement can be found at Family Credit, a fully accredited credit counseling non profit organization based out of the United States. If you qualify for their services, Family Credit will work with your past creditors to lower your fees and improve your credit score. Family Credit receives an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau, the leading consumer review organization in the United States.
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