Only if the two loans were "cross-collateralizied".
Yes, you can let them repo the car. NO, that wont be the end of it. YES. they have other legal options.
Yes, you can have as many credit cards from one bank as they will let you. It all depends on what your credit score will let you get. It would be better to get a higher credit limit though then have multiple credit cards to keep track of.
The house has to be put up for sale and the profit will be divided between the children. You may also let the bank repossess the house if it has little value.
please let me know if you can use your credit card instead of you bank accounnt when necesdsary. please leave the answer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact the lender and let them knoiw that if ANY case the debtor defaults to notify you so you can payoff the loan. Add that you will payoff after repo with NO repo reported on YOUR credit.
You end up with HORRIBLE credit if you don't pay your bills and you let your possessions get repossessed.
Any bank or credit union will be happy to let you rent a safety deposit box until you are ready to sell the gold.
There are two credit card companies that'll let you pre qualify: Bank of America and American Express. Both credit card companies also give no annual fee nor interests.
If you default on your mortgage and go into foreclosure, the bank can seize your house. The consequences are that this is a horrible thing to have on your credit record; it will make it very hard for you to get credit for years to come, and any credit you do get will cost you far more because you'll be offered terrible interest rates. You'll be better off if you can sell your house than if you let the bank take it.
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.
Sure. Just let the bank know where you're moving to and keep up the payments or they'll default the loan and repo the vehicle. (Repossess) That'll cause you serious credit problems and loss of vehicle that you still have to pay for. The bank will track the vehicle by the VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) and you'll end up with more headaches then the car is worth.
Do you want the mobile home? If yes then you must pay. If not, then let the bank come and repossess it.
Woodforest Bank found in Wal-Mart is a "second chance" bank. They do no credit checks.
You do not have to inform the bank that you plan to use your credit card in Tenerife. However, if you do let them know ahead of time that you will be visiting Tenerife, it will prevent them from flagging your account and thinking someone has stolen your card.
It will depend on a number of things you did not mention 1) the state 2) the type of loan ( is the vechile used as the collateral on the credit line) If you are uo to date contact the bank. Let them know what is going on and they may ( again, depending on the state) pick up the vehicle for you, at a nominal charge.
Unless they change the laws, YES they will.
Very bad idea. Never, ever, sell someone a car and let them make payments to you. If they cannot get a loan from a bank or financial institution this proves they are not a good credit risk. You may end up not getting any money and then having to go through the legal hassle of trying to repossess the car. Sell the car to someone who can pay you cash.
Contact hotmail and let them know & contact the websites they are buying from. If they have your credit card number call your bank you have the credit card with and have them change it.
In North Carolina, a lender can repossess a car when just 1 payment is missing. They can also repossess it if you let the insurance lapse and are current on your monthly payments.
Ask the seller for their bank account and sort code - then transfer the money directly.
They don't unless you let the debt go and either the attorney or debt colletion agency reports it as part of their collection efforts. If that happens it can seriously damage your credit.
IF they did not break into the garage(ie; someone let them in)
no obviously Actually, you may be able to. At some smaller branch (local) banks, they will let it slide. Although, you won't be given credit, or an ATM card with a credit logo on it. I was able to open a checking account, and had an ATM card with no visa/mc.