If a person's car gets repoed, the bank can report it on their CR in any state. When they redeem it doesnt matter, its the fact that it got repoed that gets reported.
If you're married than its easy... your spouse just gets a copy of their credit report and shows it to you. If your not married (divorced) than you cant - its illegal.
The lender will get a JUDGEMENT for the balance due and put THAT on your CR. And then use their OTHER legal options.
Your credit score gets lower.
Then you should pay your bills.
the possible thing that could happen is your car gets repoed and your credit goes down the toilet for that mistake
OVER 9000 points gets added to your credit, but it makes your cards inert
It is common belief that after seven years your debt gets wiped clean from your consumer credit report that is reported to all major credit agencies.
Your credit is severely damaged. Stays on your credit report for 7 years. Don't let this happen. Contact the lender and work something out.
In general, no, having a card on his mother's account will not go on his credit report, for good or bad. If the student gets a credit card with the account in his own name, possibly with his mother co-signing, that will go on his credit history.
If you're talking about a cosigner, then yes. The cosigner's credit gets dinged also. Be careful about who you cosign for.
It gets you as report from each of the major groups in case one has the wrong or different info so you can try and fix it.
No. Who ever holds the note gets to decide how the vehicle is resold.
Yes, If the co-signer gets "dinged" on the credit report just like they where the signer
www.annualcreditreport.com gets you access to your credit report at each of the three major reporting companies. It is free and you can go there once per year. If you don't have a credit card there may not be much information there, but that is another matter.
Technically seven to ten years. When a credit card goes into default it gets written off on the creditors taxes as a loss and gets sold to a collection agency for 10 to 20 percent of the original loss. Down the line it gets sold from collection agency to collection agency.
First thing you do is call the card 1-800 number listed for that card and report a lost card. They will cancel the card and issue you a new one. Next, you contact the police and get a report and finally you order a credit report to make sure that there isn't more to this.
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No. Companies often check your credit report to see if you match their offer for credit. Get on the privacy alerts services and they stop that from happening. I have LifeLock and no one gets to my files unless I want them to.
Untill you ever pay the rent or he files a lawsuit and gets you kicked out. I don't know what that answer means. Eviction cases are public records, and the credit bureaus go through every case, and enter the names of the parties and the judgment amount. The landlord can report the arrearage to the credit bureaus, but if he doesn't, it will likely make it onto the tenant's report anyway.
The first thing to do is to report any dispute you have on your report. The Bureau will evaluate and when proven the correction should be made, then they will correct it. However, the removal is not instant. It will take sometime before it gets totally eradicated.
Even if you could you would still owe the bank the money they paid for the car.
I don't see how defaulting in credit card gets your resume rejected. If you got the interview, pass the background check and the company decided to run a credit card report on you and you defaulted then they will not hire you. Resume rejection is only if you did not get the interview.
If your credit report shows you dont pay on time noone will loan you money to buy a house or car or extend credit to you . A normal credit score in the US is normally between 300-900. A good credit score is considered to be around 800. On the other hand a bad scores is around 300 with the average credit score of an American being approximately 720. If you have a bad credit score, then you will need take action to rectify this before you decide to apply for more credit. Every application that gets rejected will be highlighted on your credit report and potential, future lenders will be able to see this.
It all depends on how late or how many payments you were late when you start the short sale. In most cases if you get a successful short and your home gets sold it is a lot better than having a foreclosure on your credit report.