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Frequently asked questions about bad credit loans illinois

  • So it starts out when i got a job, after some time i needs my own first car, so my boss cosigned so i could get a loan,(my credit is garbage) , but now im payin and am having truoble keeping up because of howmuch i get payed, i already work 50 hours, i havnt got any kind of raise and dont thjnk i will get one anytime soon, should i just abandon my truck and job and move to mexico never to be heard from again, or just leav this job? is there anything he can do to take the truck since his name is on the loan? if it helps im in illinois.
  • Don't do these things to the person who was kind enough to co-sign for you. You'll mess up your bosses' credit, and leave him stuck with paying off that loan. Yes, he can have the truck re-possessed, and sue you for the difference if there is any once it's sold. Your wages ~ wherever you go, would be garnished once a judgment is made against you. Tell your boss you're sorry, but you can't keep up the payments, and want to return the truck to him so it can be sold. You'll have to pay any difference if there is any between what it sold for and what's owed on the loan, and you should work that out with your boss/co-signer by drawing up a paper and signing it to pay X amount for however long until it's paid. If you don't work it out to pay whatever, if any, is left owing on the truck, you can be sued and your wages garnished; your bank accounts would be in jeopardy as well. Moving away or running to Mexico won't solve your problem. You can be found, and it will be worse for you. Again, don't do the person who was kind enough to put his credit on the line for you like this. Go talk to him, and be honest with him about what's happening so you can work it out. good luck.
  • I am currently attending Illinois State University and I am unsure if I wish to continue during my spring semester. I do not like the university as a whole, it is expensive, and I do not know what I want to major in or what I want to do with my life. I would drop from the university and work for a semester and then go to community college for a year to save money. Once I have a better understanding of what I wish to major in, I would transfer to a four year college. I have depression and since I have attended college it has gotten worse and I am not sure if it would be smart to move back home or to ride it out. I am just overall unsure of where to go and wondered if it would be a good idea to drop out of college for a little bit.
  • you will be smarter than most 1st yrs students. stop going to university, u can go back later. move home , find work, attend community college. at CC the basic credits transfer to University. will save u 10,000s$ and time. find , read, study, take notes, apply info from these. 48 days to work you love, Dan Miller. Total money make over, Dave Ramsey. What colour is your parachute, R.Bolles. will save u decades and 100,000s$ in hard life lessons by learning from others dumb mistakes, not your own. going to college to 'find' out what u want to be when u grow up is a college scam and rip off. check out the amount of national college loans in default. u can work full time while at CC and get most of your basic stuff b4 transferring to university. as for depression, if the move home and less pressure of college junk don't help. try this ThinkRightNow.com simplistic ideas programs. worked for me better than Quacks and Drugs. good luck is good knowledge.
  • Good choice, go to a CC, and then transfer. @Mittens Most, or all online-college schools are for-profit. And basically their degrees are worthless. Go to a CC in order to have a higher chance of getting admitted into a 4-year school.
  • You shouldn't drop out of college. Instead, transfer to an online college and you can work full-time. I recommend Thomas Edison State College in Trenton, NJ. It worked for me.
  • I am 20 and I have been in the US for 18 years. I was born in the Ivory Coast, West Africa. Please I need serious advice, so if you're just going to tell me to go back to my country or anything negative, be an adult and don't respond. I live in Illinois and I want to transfer to Illinois State University. The problem is I do not qualify for financial aid, due to my status. I already know about scholarships and I have been applying, but I need to do more. I do have a SSN but FAFSA wont accept it. Is there anything I else I can do? I cant get a loan because I need a cosigner and both my parents have bad credit. I was accepted in the school of exercise science, its a great passion of mine. Please if you have any POSITIVE ideas let me know. It would be great if you could refer me to someone high up in the school who could help me. your help is much appreciated. Thanks
  • Go back to the Ivory Coast, then reenter the US legally. That should solve your problem.
  • Don't get a loan. Make money with a job and then go to a cheaper school. Student loans are the worst debt to have as they will always follow you if you don't pay it off.
  • get a job and save your money. This is the fastest and most reliable way to get money for ANY purpose, not just school. PS: if you have a SSN, then you are not "undocumented"... i think you are confused as to what you have.
  • First off you need to have a military clause in your rental agreement otherwise you are liable for the full amount of time that you signed your lease for even if your landlord is letting you out they don't have too. Second, no one takes the rip orders they are not considered official you need to have the real deal that includes student loans. So you are obligated to pay the rent until such time as your landlord is satisfied. Next time be sure to have a military clause and understand the terms before you sign. You can also look on your lease and see what the penalty is under defaulting your lease. If there is one in there they general state that if you default they will take your full deposit that is standard. The bad thing about defaulting if it is a rental company is it could end up coming back to haunt you later if you rent somewhere else and they run a credit check. Best of luck.
  • things come up all the time: you get a new job that's out of town; you can no longer afford the rent; you're getting married. We can't always put our life on hold for a lease. While landlords understand this, it doesn't negate the fact that you're ending an agreement. For them, it means finding a new tenant sooner than they expected, and if you give them little notice, having an empty apartment until they find a replacement. If you're in a situation where the landlord is justified in penalizing you for breaking the lease, it's up to him or her whether they actually want to enforce the penalties. If you're polite and honest about your reasons for leaving (such as moving to another state, getting married, etc.), they may let you out of your lease without any penalties. When doing this, remind them that you're a good tenant. Also, you could offer to find a replacement yourself, assign the lease or sublet. If they like you as a tenant, they may be happy to receive a recommendation from you for a replacement tenant. If they agree let you out of your lease without any penalties, remember to get it down in writing with both of your signatures.
  • What other people in your situation have done in the past is not pay Septembers rent, and move out at the end of the month letting them keep your security for Septembers rent. I must tell you that this is technically illegal, but I have no sympathy for landlords who try to rip off military people. Richard
  • Do you think approximately Olbermann to be a extreme point respected? That article is packed with innuendo & deceptive expenses. there are a great variety of people who say Bush has over reacted to the terrorist attack to grant the government greater potential & could use further incidents to income greater potential, yet it particularly is a a strategies cry from saying he could pretend a fear attack! for the period of today & age, with the tips street so speedy, there is purely no way all people could pull off this form of stunt regardless of in the event that they needed to!
  • well what day is your move out date? are you by a military base? then go talk to jag..... thats all i think you can do.
  • My husband and I own a condo in Illinois, we bought in 2006 when the market was still good and we paid a lot of money for it (at the time it was cheap for property). My father died in 2008 and left his house (which is paid off) to my sister and I. She is single and did not want to move in so my husband and I tried to sell our condo so we could move into my childhood home. We got a buyer but the condo appraised so low that they buyers could not get an adequate loan. So we decided to rent the condo out and live at my dad's place. We thought we would be able to pay the taxes since we are saving money, but the rent is not covering the entire mortgage/assessment at our condo. My commute is longer, we now pay gas, water and higher insurance and for a security system since the area is not that great. So when I thought we would be saving money we actually arent and aren't able to afford taxes. We have been using the money that my dad left for us to pay the taxes, but now it is almost running out. I am not sure if we should move back to teh condo and put the house up for sale or have the bank foreclose on our condo and keep the house a while longer. We want to start having kids since I am 30 and the condo is smaller, but we could have a child there. Also, our condo is at a 7 yr ARM and the 7 years will almost be up. I've tried to refinance, but we are so much underwater (about $75K to be exact) that the banks can't refinance us. So we may end up losing the condo in the long run and have no where to go. Also, the house is in a less desireable neighborhood, it's not terrible, but the school systems are bad and the area is getting worse not better. The condo is in a better neighborhood with good schools. I'm so confused and I have no idea what to do. I'm leaning towards selling the house and moving back to the condo because I don't want to ruin my credit. Any suggestions????
  • Letting the condo go to foreclosure is not a reasonable option. Logic suggests you go with your gut and sell the house, split the proceeds with sis and move back to the condo. You might be able to refinance the condo with a HARP loan if you aren't more than 25% underwater on your mortgage. You also could sell the condo for the appraised value and pay off the difference with a small mortgage on the house allowing you to avoid foreclosure, securing your credit and getting atop your bills. Of course if you were to take a mortgage on the house you would need to have sis sign off on it since she shares title.
  • If you don't want to ruin your credit, the only thing you CAN do is sell this house and go back to the condo and continue paying for it and hope that the market turns around at some point. The thing is, you really need to be set in staying in this condo for quite a few years. For it to gain 75k back in equity is not going to be a 3 or 5 year deal. It may take you 20 years if that to see what you paid for it back! The problem I can see here is that the house you are in is in a not so great neighborhood and has bad schools, and being you are young and want kids, you have to think of the school system. Now, is there a way you can short sell the condo or even do a deed in lieu so that you can get out from under this, stay in the house and check out private schools that would be good for the kids you will have? You need to write up a list of pros and cons for both staying in the house and staying in the condo. Add it up and whoever gets more votes as a positive choice, that's where you need to go.
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