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I live in Pennsylvania and the debt was for flooring which I later found out that I was taking out a credit card for the flooring. My dad was not there they spoke to him over the phone and said that they needed a credit reference not a co-signer. I signed my dad's name because the sales person said it was just so know he allowed us to use him as a reference.
Well the good news is that your father can get out of the suit by proving he did not co-sign for that credit card. The bad news is that he will have to turn you in for mississippi theft/forgery. Make sure you respond to the summons and show up in court. Be sure you let your father know he is on the hook for this debt so he can defend himself. The creditor will probably win a judgment and can then attach your bank accounts, garnish your wages, and attach your property. If you father doesn't get himself removed, they can come after him as well.
This makes no sense to me. You bought a home 3 years ago, and made a whopping one payment in 36 months? And the reason is because someone told you, that you didn't pay enough? Don't you have a booklet that comes with the mortgage showing you the amount due each and every month? What if you loaned me $100, and you told me I could pay you back $10 every month until paid, but instead I gave you a quarter the first month. Then you told me it was not enough for what we had agreed upon, so instead I got upset and decided to never pay you anything again. Does this make sense to anyone? Would you be happy and satisfied my not paying you for 3 years? If your dad is a co-signer for your property, then he is responsible also. I truly hope he is more responsible than his daughter.
I don't know which country you are in - USA? UK law works something like this (US law may be similar), if another person co-signs for a loan (in UK this is called being a guarantor) then both parties are jointly and severally liable for all of the debt. What this means is that the loan company will go for the party that has most money, but not for half but all of the debt. If you have no money, they will ignore you and extract the dosh from your pop!
When your dad co-signed for your credit card, he guaranteed that he would pay the debt if you defaulted. If the credit card company decides to sue, they will go after your father rather than going after you since they have a better chance of collecting from your father. Folks, never, never, never, ever co-sign for someone else.
If an single person dies the mastercard is paid from his assets. If there isn't any assets then the debt is written off with the aid of the creddit grantor. If the deceased has any assets then the creditor has a desirable to make a declare.
They can take his property because he signed it, when he signed it he thought he could trust you but i guess he cant. I guess you will be his slave for a while if you lose!! hope it turns out ok
It depends on the state you live in, but in theory, yes, they could take both of your belongings. Sorry. Been there.