Caution: Don’t Co-Sign! 4 things you NEED to know about Co-Signing and Credit Scores



When an eager consumer doesn’t qualify for the financing they require, they often are advised to seek a qualified “co-signer” to allow them to obtain the loan or credit extension.

Financially, it’s like juggling knives with your eyes closed.

In this episode we share a few horror stories about consumers who had co-signed and did not fully understand what it really means to be a co-signer. Also we discuss a few strategies to protect yourself if you are currently a co-signer right now for a friend or family member.

Co-Sign at your own risk!

Thank you for listening!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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4 Responses

  1. Ladybeck1070 says:

    Thank you so much you save me because I am considering co-signing tomorrow

  2. Albert Castro says:

    What if your marry and your wife signs and you don’t. Can they come after the other person that did not sign ?

  3. Albert Castro says:

    You always have some one you know ask you to co sign. When you say no they keep asking. Some people don’t get it. So annoying!

  4. Josephad Gutierrez says:

    Do the co-signer get credit for the loan.

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