Jason, you are just as responsible as the signor. Think about it, you knew the signor's credit wasnt good or you wouldn't have needed to co-sign. When you co-sign, you are saying "if they don't pay this loan,I WILL". Make sure the lender knows where the the whereabouts of the signor and how to get in contact with them. good luck
Absolutely not ! If the card is not i your name - you have no legal responsibility for any outstanding balance. HOWEVER - IF you are named on the account as a joint card-holder - you're legally responsible for fifty percent of the balance, regardless of who ran up the debt. Additionally, if you have a second card on the same account - YOU are liable for the expenses occurred on your and the account-holder is also liable for fifty percent of the balance.
There are a couple companies that offer a 0 percent balance transfer. Some of these companies are Discover, BankRate and Nerdoffer. 0 percent balance offer isn't something that is recommended.
Yes, if you don't comply with the terms of the lending agreement.
It means they want 10 percent of the outstanding balance they claim you owe. For example, if the balance is $800, they want only $80.
balance of 108.00
Yes, you must pay the entire loan off.
0.36 percent of cars purchased by owners acquiring loans are repossessed in a quarter in the New York. Repossession occurs as a result of failure of stressed borrowers to come to an agreement with their debtors.
Balance bar provide 40 percent carbohydrates, 30 percent protein, and 30 percent dietary fat. They are balanced nutrition in a format that is easy to eat whenever and where ever needed.
Hitler was 100 percent responsible
If compounded, interest = 81.244 and balance = 456.245 If not compounded, interest = 75 and balance = 450
One can apply for a zero percent balance transfer credit card on websites like Money Supermarket, Balance Transfer Credit Cards, Moneyning or Wise Bread.
Leaves a balance of 96
Take advantage of low credit card balance rates. For example, why pay 24 percent on three separate credit cards when you could pay 15 percent interest on one card? Credit card issuers typically charge a balance transfer fee. This is typically around 3 to 5 percent of the balance you transfer.
Five percent of one hundred dollars is five dollars.
One percent up front, balance due in 30 days.
1 percent 10th means that if you pay the balance by the 10th of the month then you can take a 1% discount on the balance due, net 30 means that if you choose to not pay the balance on or before the 10th the full balance is due 30 days after date on invoice.
8.80 leaving as balance of 35.20
4.50, leaving a balance of 10.50
Class A prescription balance
This error depends on the type of your balance; read the error of the balance on the scale, label or user manual.
Zero percent balance transfer offers change frequently, so it is best to check with the credit card company before applying. Some cards that offer zero percent balance transfers are the Citi Simplicity Card, Bank Americard Visa, and the Capital One Premium Prestige Card.