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What happens when the co-signer on a vehicle loan is unable to pay off the car loan after the vehicle has been repossessed from the primary owner?


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2004-09-25 00:34:33
2004-09-25 00:34:33

the same things that happen to the primary signor. Judgements, garnishments, leins, ect. You are learning to hrad way about co-signing. Good Luck

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