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If you have a car loan with Chase that is current can they repossess your car if you default on a different credit card with them?


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2015-07-16 19:20:16
2015-07-16 19:20:16

READ your comtract on the loan and the card. Word to look for: cross-collateralization

NO they cannot. Credit cards are unsecured loans. (not secured by any property/collateral) You can have them discharged through bankruptcy.

YES THEY CAN. Read your contract. I'll bet it says they can accelerate (call in) EVERY loan you have with them if you are in default on ANY loan with them. And some even say "or with any other lender".

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It may technically be possible, but it's unlikely. At 18 you will have no credit history, which makes you a bad risk, and "a loan for an apartment" doesn't sound like there would be any collateral to repossess should you default.

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There are several different credit cards offered by banks for students based on their age, credit, and current employment. There are other criteria as well.

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Current assets are debit as all assets has default balance debit so current assets as well and these are shown under current assets section of balance sheet.


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