"threaten" and inform you you of their other legal options is not the same thing. Making arrangements with the co-signor and attempting to collect from you is part of the process of actually getting MONEY paid on the account. YOU as primary debtor are just as responsible as the co-buyer to make the payments. IF you feel you have actually been threatened, call a local attorney for state/case specific advice today.
Technically, you have already ruined it. They are just going to report it. If that is what you mean by threaten to ruin your credit, then yes they can. Legally.
They cant legally "threaten" to do do anything that they cant legally do, so the answer is YES, they can attach your home.
Absolutely not. If the collector has done so, file a complaint with the attorney general of your state, as well as speak with a local attorney regarding your rights.
Endanger is a synonym of threaten.
The adverb form of threaten is threateningly.
She is threaten to marry Paris by her father
Don't you dare threaten me.He used the knife to threaten the police, so they tasered him.
It is illegal to threaten anyone's life.
The noun form of the verb to threaten is the gerund, threatening.
The verb of threateningly is threaten. For example, "to threaten someone or something".
it means to threaten or threaten aominous thing a anoying thing
Platypuses do not "threaten" other species. Platypuses feed on a variety of small invertebrates, but they do not threaten these species, as the creatures are plentiful.