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  • The reason Bush sucks so much is because Texas is a gubernatorially weak state. It is like being the Emporer of Japan or Queen of England. The Texas Governorship is a ceremonial position. Bill Clinton was good and he was governor. That was because he actually did some stuff there. Bill Clinton had been Governor for awhile
  • The problem with your reasoning is that the whole "qualifications, experience" thing is completely bogus. Bush hasn't been the worst disaster since the Civil War because he was Governor. He's been the worst disaster since the Civil War because of WHO HE IS (and what he isn't). He's a moron, ignorant, yet arogant; refusing to listen to reason, always. He has no heart, no compassion, and no scruples. He's utterly corrupt. To name just a few characteristics. That Palin strongly resembles him, not in being Governor, but in being brainless, ignorant, arrogant, corrupt, and unscrupulous is what disqualifies her. She ain't a pig in lipstick, she's BUSH in lipstick (down to the theocratic leanings, and daily, intimate conversations wherein God whispers in her ear).
  • A good amount of presidents were governors before they were presidents. Bush wasn't the only one.Look it up. Governors have executive experience. It makes sense that the would be good on the ticket. Maybe people should do research before making ridiculous, ignorant statements like this. Really, you only make yourself sound like a liberal moron.
  • The "only" one who has made a "mockery" of our country, are the ones who have quit or never believed in our flag, prayer, and country! The Obama person running for President, believes it is okay to kill a 9 month term baby for experiments, encourages children to be taught in schools that being "gay" is normal, and doesn't believe in prayer to our Lord, who can and "has" always seen us through anything! Obama is a mockery to our country and our world....
  • We have had 20 Governors who became president include some of our best presidents..... Jefferson, Monroe,Jackson,Theodore Roosevelt, Taft, Wilson, Franklin Roosevelt, Reagan.
  • Governors are generally more qualified than senators or congress. They have the same responsibilities, only on a state wide scale. There have been a lot of governors as presidents. Bush Clinton Regan Thomas Jefferson (I think.. Don't quote me... lol)
  • So was Bill Clinton a Governor before becoming president. Ooops!
  • Well, Clinton, Reagan, and Carter were governors too. What point are you trying to make?
  • FDR and Reagan were both state governors, too, and people love them. So I don't think you can equate being a governor with being a bad president. There's a lot more to it than that.
  • I believe that there have been 16 governors who have become president....
  • Try the Texas State Bank, a smaller Texas bank with looser loan criteria.
  • Just try your local bank or credit union
  • a bank
  • I am not sure but try your insurence company But I am not sure
  • your mom or dad...
  • There is no STANDARD statute of limitations on ANY type of debt. The 7 years you mention is for REPORTING bad debts on your credit report. It is NOT the statute of limitations for SUING over ANY type of debt in ANY state. In addition, if the statute of limitations expires, that ONLY prevents suing over the debt. It does NOT mean you no longer owe the money, or that they can't attempt to collect by other means.
  • A judgement will be issued, which will severely harm both of their credit for many years, especially if it's not paid. A lien can be placed on property they own, which will mean that if your sister owns a car and tries to sell it, she cannot have any of the money from the sale until the lien is paid. It's very bad, basically. The best thing for them to do is contact whoever is actually suing them, whether it's Sallie Mae or a collections place. Try to arrange payments and see if they will stop the court proceedings.
  • Their credit will be destroyed, their paychecks will be garnished and their property could potentially be taken. They need to show up to court and get on a payment plan that they can stick to. Otherwise they will take everything from them to get what is owed.
  • My husband and I were married for 5 years- he joined a week after we got married. After his 1st deployment he came home an alcoholic and got physically and verbally aggressive while drunk. I stuck by him because I wanted to support him through whatever he was going through, but he cheated on me and things got rough. He refused marriage counseling and I just did what I could to keep it together. Almost a year ago he returned from a 2nd deployment and things have been much worse. He's still drinking (now drinking and driving) and the abuse has gotten worse and no longer requires alcohol. About 4 weeks ago he moved out and is living with a friend (and his new girlfriend). He stopped his pay to my account and as an E-5 only has to give me $250 per check/$500 a month! I had to call IG to help me get a protective order because of his violent history and they are now investigating him for adultery (he admitted to cheating now and back then). I have since been looking for a job,
  • but my car was being repaired for several weeks and I'm just now able to follow through with interviews. In the mean time $500 isn't going to pay our $1200 mortgage or $650 in car payments/insurance. I don't care if the credit cards and student loans get paid, I can recover from that, but I'm left in this house and feel like he just pulled the rug out from under me. I still think this is Post traumatic stress disorder, but I can't let him destroy my life because of it. Texas and the Army have weird laws that don't seem to help me much and I NEED all the help I can get. If I get a job and can pay the bills will I still have to sell this house? How does a judge decide who gets what?
  • I had foster children before, that WAS my job, but obviously this wasn't a good environment for them so I'm now looking for a job. I was also a substitute teacher and summertime is here... I'm not sitting in self pity, I just don't want to loose my life. I can't leave here until I find homes for my animals- the house I'm talking about is a small farm so the horses, and other animals deserve to have good homes, but he says if I sell them he'll sue me for half of anything I sell!
  • Well Texas is a community property state so he is legally responsible for half the debt and half the assets of the marriage. If you are near a military base, go seek legal help from JAG or hire a regular lawyer. But you need to get a lawyer to protect yourself and force him to pay for his half of the debts. And settle the property issues.
  • My sympathies on your hellish life, I do understand. But with no kids, I don't get why he needs to pay you. Did you not work before? What did you do with yourself? I don't know of any families where the husband and wife don't both work, kids or not. I don't see that you really have a problem here. Get yourself a job, get to school or both, become self-sufficient, move on with your life, and don't waste one more second of your precious time feeling sorry for yourself, or even thinking about that jerk of a husband - soon to be ex I hope. I'm serious, you're done with that - walk tall!!!
  • find your way back to your family get a job get a divorce and start your life over consult a lawyer
  • Get as far away from him as you can! Divorce immediately. This guy sounds almost dangerous, don't waste anymore time with him.
  • GIRL I AM AT HOOD>>> get with me! melissa_hernandez77@yahoo.com.
  • I took a car out for my dad from a in house place....well he didnt make the payments and they repoed the car...i think in may of 2006..i recently tried to get a car in my name in feb of 2008 and i was rejected....they said it still showed on my credit report....i looked my report up on experian and its not there...is it gone! i live in texas
  • The only other thing I'd tell you to do here is once you get your reports whichever credit bureau is reporting the information, you can contact them and place a note next to the bad debt that explains why it's there. (It won't improve your score, but some creditors such as independent car dealers might at least give you the loan even if it's not at a very good interest rate) You can also try disputing it, but you might not have much luck since you knowingly placed the debt in your name for someone else.
  • Go to annualcreditreport.com for the other two reports or call them toll free @ 1-877-322-8228.
  • there are 3 credit agencys and they are not all the same: TransUnion Equifax Experian
  • Our apartment lease is up in March 2011. Three years ago, we relinquished on credit cards and I have a credit score of 550 and my husband has a score of about 620. We have since then paid off a car, paid off two existing credit cards, have always paid on our three student loans, and we have perfect rental history for 6 years. Our current rent is 900 dollars. We both have worked for the state of Texas for 6 years and our gross income is about 6300. I was just wondering what the "chances" are that we could rent a home? I thank you for your time.
  • Your chances are excellent. FICO scores were mainly developed for homebuying and are not very applicable to renting. Although many landlords still use credit scores, many others do not. Rental references and income are usually more important, so don't feel intimidated about your scores. Worse case, you may have to pay a higher security deposit if you have active collections. Also, with the slow real estate market, it is a renters' market and landlords are more willing to lower their criteria to fill vacancies. Good luck!
  • I have bad credit but have been on my job for 4 years and in the field for 10. My husband has had his job for 4 years and the one fore that for 12 years. we have a 5 eyar rental history with excellnt references. I want to buy a house that only cost 31,000.00. I can put 10-15% down. any one done this beofre? The house is located in SUNDOWN TEXAS....PLEASE HELP!
  • Deidre, Have you actually sat down and talked to a loan officer? If you can show 10 percent down on 31K, I am SURE that you can get your house financed, especially with your time at the job(s) and good or better rental references. If the bank is not willing for whatever reason, then talk to Lendingtree.com or Ditech.com Good luck with the purchase
  • Hi. My car is in the shop being repaired by my insurance company after being flooded in a storm (my understanding is that this doesn't count against me since i had no control over it). I've never been in a wreck before but I hit someone from behind in my rental car (Enterprise) and totaled it. I didn't purchase their insurance but used mine instead (Farmers) because I'm stupid. What are the likely consequences. I have no money, no house, and lots of student loan debt. What can happen to me? Can they sue me? If they do and I don't have money what happens to me?
  • ~~You will need to check with your agent to see what your policy covers on rentals. Also, check with your credit card company you paid with, they sometimes offer coverage also. One thing no insurance covers, except the rental company, is the cost you will be charged of their loss of rental fee while the car is being repaired. You definitely have to cover that. They can take you to court for any amounts you do owe. If they win and receive a judgment, they can attach your wages, get your money in the bank account, or whatever options allowed. Sorry it isn't better news. At least see what your other two options will cover.~~
  • well, if you have collision on your Farmer's policy, you're covered in the rental car just as if it was your own. That would mean that the deductible is your responsibility and they're up for the rest. assuming you report the accident within the time that the policy requires. of course, if you don't have collision on your Farmer's policy, then you owe Enterprise for the value of their car. Yes, they'll sue. Yes, they'll win. As the saying goes, you can't get blood out of a stone so they'll have to accept whatever you can afford to pay or else drive you into bankruptcy. Btw, Farmers is going to be seriously unhappy with you. In fact, they're absolutely going to raise your rates at next renewal -- probably by quite a bit. Since you have comprehensive on your car, it's pretty likely that you also have collision. [most policies include either both or neither.] Call your Farmer's accident report hotline -- I bet the number is on the back of your insurance card.
  • If you don't have the money you goto jail. Kidding :) Calm down, first see if Farmers covers you. If not, less common, but see if you used a credit card with travel insurance (my AMEX does this for example). Finally, yes they will sue and win. However, if you have no money the most they can do is try and garnish your wages. In which case you can either except the situation or wimp out with bankruptcy.
  • Well, the damage to the car in front of you is covered, up to how much property damage coverage you have, and the bodily injury on your policy most likley carries over, as well. The damage to the rental, will depend on your policy - your policy might cover it, subject to your collision deductible, which would most likely get charged to your card. And, of course, you'll get a surcharge when your policy renews. yes, if you have low limits, they might sue you. They can attach your future wages.
  • your car was in the shop due to flood damage, so technically the rental from enterprise was your "insured car". since they are paying for the flood damage, you have comprehensive and the flood damage will not be surcharged to you. since you have comprehensive on your policy, most likely have collision also. call your company and verify. but since you state have loan on car, most likely have, since required. when your car is in the shop for repairs, you no longer have access to drive your own auto so any car you drive, your coverage on your policy will transfer to that car, hence the rental car . your policy will pay for the other guys damages and any injuries under your own policy. as for the fees etc that enterprise charges, your policy will cover that also; it is no different than your company working with another insurance company if held liable. as long as you have collision, then the only out of pocket you will have is your deductible you have on your policy. and yes, when your policy comes up for renewal, you will be charged more, but it is still cheaper than paying on your own. and no you were not stupid for using your own insurance, rather than the insurance thu enterprise. the rental companies like to encourage you to buy their own since it costs a lot. they like to argue that if in an accident, you wont have to pay a deductible for the rental car and your insurance company does not find out. so you save say $500 if in an accident, but may pay about $30 per day out of pocket. (even if your policy has rental coverage, your policy will not pay for the insurance) i will give you an example. i had hit my own mailbox. i had 1 prior claim 6 months earlier. i had a friend who could fix my car for $500. the cost was around $1500, but he owed my husband, so he did not charge for the labor. i did not want to report to my company and i took out full coverage with enterprise. i got a great rate of $20 per day since i am a claim adjuster, but the insurance cost me an addtl $30 per day, bringing it to $50 per day out of my own pocket. if i filed it out of my own insurance (i have rental coverage), the insurance company would have found out about my car hitting the mailbox. then i thought, it would be murphys law that something happens to the rental and if so, i would now have 3 claims in less than a year and my preferred status would go down the toilet. so that was the only time i opted to go with the rental insurance. unfortunately, the repairs took longer than usual and i was out of pocket over $500 for the rental while my car was being repaired. as long as you have full coverage, your own policy transfers over to enterprise while your car is in the shop. the only time you buy their insurance if your policy does not cover under your own. ie; you have liability only; so you buy their comprehensive and collision to cover the rental car damages only. otherwise save your money. hope that makes sense. good luck
  • Thanks to each and every one of you guys for the replies.
  • This use to be the case, but not any more. BOA sends thousands of people through litigation everyday, (translation judgment/lien) If you are able to work out payment arrangements or a settlement I would do it if I where you. Also in Texas the statute of limitations is 4 years. So if by some chance its been over 4 years your in the clear and have all the leverage. If you do work out a payment plan request once the loan is paid in full they remove it from your credit (this will not be done unless pre negotiated) And there's nothing they can do other than apply a judgment/lien there not able to garnish your wadges or have you arrested in Texas. Edit---------------------- I'm not sure why I got a negative mark all my information is 100% ccorrect, and now days most company's such as BOA and capital one don't sell there charged off debt they have departments to Handel it for them. Edit----------------------------- The company calling you is representing BOA it dose not matter who is calling you. They have 4 years to collect the money. After that they can still try to harassing you but can not take any legal action.
  • Now as you said even though they are a lawyer, they are still a collection agency. So they still must abide by the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act(FDCPA). So they can attempt to collect the debt, but they can not threaten you with actions they are unable to or do not plan to take. So if you have doubts that they can make you pay send a debt validation letter to them requesting that they provide you proof that they have a right to collect on this debt. Below are a couple of links on Debt Validation and the FDCPA
  • Basically the Bank gave up getting money from you. The 'collection" agency bought your debt most likely. I've been in your shoes before with them threatening lawyers, etc. Never happened. It will stay on your credit for seven years though. If you own something that they could possible put a lien on, they might try to get something in court. Doubtful though. That's a big pain for them.
  • Debts can be sold, just like stocks and bonds can. You owe BoA $13,000. They realize they won't collect the full amount. A collection agent comes in and offers BoA $2,600 in return for the opportunity to try to collect the $13,000 from you. At that point, you no longer owe BoA anything, but you do owe the collection agent $13,000. When dealing with a collection agency, never talk to them, but do all of your communicating through certified mail. Their whole business is based on taking people to court and threatening to take people to court. LIFE LESSON: CREDIT CARDS ARE EVIL.
  • This is a collection agency that is working on BofA's behalf to get their money. You need to give them a call and make arrangements to pay off this debt. The longer you go without making payments, the longer it will sit on you credit and send it into the dump.
  • Collection agencies threaten just about everyone. They'd even lie to their momma's to get money out of them. Most of the time they are lying to you to scare you into paying. See how it makes you lose sleep bc of what they said? DO NOT go out and do something crazy just to pay them. Tell them what you CAN afford. Sooner or later, they'll take it. I've been there. Trust me I know how it is. I was threatened with lawsuits left and right and guess what....they never happened.
  • You are responsible for the balance left on the loan after the auction sale is applied. Some creditors will write it off/charge it off, but they will insist on payment and will try to collect it through whatever means, before they take that step, years could pass before they do that, and, it looks just as bad on your credit report.
  • Yes, you are legally responsible for the entire amount of your loan contract. The finance company can, at their discretion, sell the car at auction and then sue you for the difference. They can garnish your wages, and file a judgment so that if you buy or sell any real estate they get paid first. Your best bet is to try to work out a repayment schedule with your creditor. good luck
  • ab-so-lutely The car is sold at auction. The selling price is deducted from whatever you owe on the contract. You are still responsible for the shortfall, plus repo fees, tow fees, auction fees, storage, and anything else they can think of. Plus, the repo will be on your credit for seven years AFTER its paid off. If you can avoid a repo, do so at all costs. It will screw you for many years to come.
  • i think it depends on what they sell the car for if it is less than what is owed then you are responsible for the difference
  • If they don't recover the full amount you owe, yes, you probably will be.
  • If you owe money to one school, you can definetly start over at another. It's against your privacy for the new school to contact your old school for anything, even a transcript. It is up to the student to get all that information. The only bad thing is if you had credits that you wanted to transfer from the old school, you would be required to bring in an official transcript. Since you didn't pay the balance you owe, most likely you won't be able to receive it. But if you are planning to just start all over completely, you shouldn't have a problem. The new school will only be concern if you pay your tuition at their school. Also, when you apply for school, they don't do a credit check to pull up your credit report nor do they do a credit check when you apply for a Federal Stafford Loan so there is no way they will know if you paid off your balance at the old school or not. It's not their concern.
  • Why not? If you owe money and the charge is less than a year old - chances are the new school won't even know about it (may not make it to your credit report on time)
  • there is indirect relationship between oil prices and dollar . dollar value decreased after the housing problem and bad debts so federal bank had to lower the interest rate in order to encourage people to make loans this lead to a fall in dollar's value, when people lose faith in money they go for investing their money in commodities, like gold and oil ( speculation & hedging or buying) that caused higher demand on oil contracts & to this increase in oil prices WTI ( west Texas intermediate) price is 137.60 $/bbl today in NYMEX it was around 65 $/bbl at the same time the last year & was around 85 $/bbl before the credit crunch of course there are many reasons controlling oil prices like demand, supply, geopolitics, reserves, natural disasters,etc but nowadays the dollar value, speculation and fear of inflation are the mean reason of oil sky rocketing prices that's why obama offers plan to end excessive energy speculation increasing demand ( by OPEC) wouldn't have a great effect on easing prices as oil prices eased by only 4 $ /bbl ( from 139 $/bbl to 135$/bbl) after the Saudi announcement of increasing the daily production by 200,000 bbl and then returned to 139$/bbl once again
  • The value of the dollar is declining rapidly because they, the powers that be, are printing money and putting it into circulation (inflation/hyperinflation). I really dont think it has anything to do with supply and demand thats just something they say to take peoples minds away from the real issue. We are the middle of something quite simply put ,"devastating". I urge you to look at a video called "money as debt", which can be found by simply searching in google. Understand how money is created and then do a little more research into what is happening at this point in time. :-)
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  • I'm 19 live in Dallas Texas and my next door neighbor is selling his car for 4500 it's a Chrysler P.T cruiser (great condition) He is willing to do a payment plan with me so my question is what can I do to make sure I don't get scammed? How do payment plans like this go? would you follow through with this? Am I rushing into a bad situation? I'm turning 20 in October and this will be my first car I need honest advice please and thank you
  • There are two problems with your plan: 1) The PT Cruiser is not a good reliable car. Ask yourself why they are no longer made. They suffer from a variety of problems. Not a good car choice. 2) Buying a car from an individual who agrees to a "payment plan" is stupid, mostly for the seller. There have been hundreds of post on this web site of people who have done it and had terrible problems. What if you make half your payments and the guy wants his car back -- and won't refund your money? What if you wreck the car -- are you going to keep making payments? Who holds the title? Who has insurance on the car? What if you miss a payment and the guy repossesses his car? You need to do more research on cars, prices, reliability ratings, etc. before you buy. Get values from kbb.com and nadaguides.com, get vehicle history reports from Carfax or AutoCheck, and get a mechanic's inspection on any car you think you want to buy. And get your own loan from a bank or credit union.
  • I would do the KBB and NADA values on it to see if he's selling it for a reasonable price. I would also have a mechanic go through it to make sure that there are no issues with the vehicle. A payment plan usually means that you will pay so much money to the owner per week, month, etc. Usually payment plans aren't smart on the owner's side of things because many people don't come through with the payments. If you chose to go ahead with this purchase just make sure everything is in writing and make your payments.
  • typically its how ever you set it up 50 dollars a week 200 a months etc etc but with no details of the car i cant tell you if its a good deal
  • So I am wanting to go to Texas tech to study architecture and I already did one year in a community college. I am overwhelmed by the stress and having no 'social life' like in high school(by that I mean not going to the museums or meeting architects and seeing what architecture firms are doing). my father had promised to take me this summer to check them out, Texas tech and LSU, I've already went to LSU but it was only a school tour and I want to see more of it. He tells me that my decisions don't make sense and that I always make mistakes. Since I had 2 jobs since I graduated in 2011, I only lasted 6 months in the first and 4 months in the second, he says I don't take things seriously and I make stupid mistakes. Architecture and art are my true passion(since he killed my dreams of being a plastic surgeon) and it is my life..I get an overwhelming feeling and my imagination runs a million miles per second with new and innovative ideas when I talk to architects and see documentaries. my eyes literally light up when I'm surrounded by colors and art materials; like a kid in a candy store. He says I don't know what I'm doing, that he doesn't understand the whole university stuff and he doesn't understand all the classes and what credits are, and I don't either but I try to figure it out. And don't say that their are parent adising and stuff because they won't go, they never went to a college fair or anything related. I have no support from my so called friends and everybody tells me to just go local like UTA or TCU but that's not what I want. I know money will be an issue but this is what I'm passionate about! I wasn't passionate about sacking groceries or making bread, that's why I quit, because I was miserable. I don't know if I should just continue this on my own like I have my whole life, where I just choose and go with it, and get in debt myself and figure life on my own the hard way..or keep begging my parents to stick by my side and just trust me and support me..I literally cry whenever they put me down like this, and yes, I'm in tears right now because of it. I need advise, a counselor or a website where I can go to and have some support, even fake support from somebody.Please help, I'm 18 and I live in Dallas btw.
  • Aaahw. I feel bad for you. Well I had a friend who's like you. She stopped going to school for a year because her parents won't agree with what she wanted. She wanted to go to university but her parents didn't allow her because of course, she need to get student loan and they're telling her that by the time that she graduates, she'll be in so much debt. But at least now, she's going back to school. :) If I'm in your position, I would tell my parents that that's not really what I want. You're not going to do good in something if you know that you don't want to do it. You're passionate about arts so go for it. Just get a student loan. Do what you want. You're already 18. You're parents should understand you. People make mistakes. Just learn from it. Use it as an inspiration to set your goals right. Make them proud and soon they accept the fact that arts is what really makes you happy. Goodluck! I know its hard but you have to be strong. Don't do something that you're not passionate about because in the end, you'll regret it.
  • If your father can talk you out of being a plastic surgeon, then you were never committed to it. Sounds like you need to make your own mistakes and discover what you want to do. Pay your own way and then you don't have to listen to your father. Your parents have no obligation to pay for your college. And they shouldn't. This is your dream, not theirs. They would certainly help you(a LITTLE), but overall this is entirely up to you. You get the loans, you get the scholarships. Your approach to your parents is the opposite of what it should be. You tell your parents you're going to do something,(have it already figured out how to do it), then you do it. If you are 18, this is how you do things for the rest of your life. When you make mistakes, skip telling them about it. But learn from it.
  • We are having a tough month .. my husband just got a new job so things will smooth out. but for now i cant afford my rent or my electric and i am two months behind my water bill. is their any governement assistance programs in texas or does anyone know of a loan company that i can apply at.. keep in mind i have really bad credit but i have had a stready job for over two years. please any info would be helpful
  • Call the companies and let them know what's going on. It may be too late for them to really help you as you've already missed some payments and are behind. But often if you get in contact as soon as you know you're in trouble you can find a way to work things out. And even now, if you're calling to let them know that you know you're late but that you have a plan to get back on track they may be willing to work with you.
  • Sometimes if you call the companies you owe and explain your situation, they will let you pay some on the bill. Maybe that would keep the water on for awhile. You can also do that with other bills as well.
  • You can go down to Department of Human Services and they can help you out. If they can they'll be able to tell you who can. They have forms for you to fill out, and they might be able to help you with what ever else you might need. I know, I have been there and I have had to do that raising to children on my own and I had to shallow my pride and ask for governements help.
  • Ask your local church. They can often give you some help, even if it is a small amount it will help.
  • ask your boss for a pay advance DO NOT GET A LOAN.
  • My car was totaled in an accident and the repairs are more than I can pay. I pay my car payment on time but if the mechanics put a lien on it then they can sell it for charges if the finance company wont pay them either-which they won't- they are in the business of selling cars for profit and this one is too much. So the mechanics will sell it at public auction and the finance company will no longer have title over it. In Texas, the buyer at the public auction gets the title free and clear of loan. So, Can the finance company keep charging me for something they no longer own? I am making the payments to avoid a default or a repossession on my credit!
  • Yes they can keep charging you for the car even if you don't have it anymore. Because you entered into a contract with them to pay a certain amount of money for the right to buy the car. You received the car and now owe them the money. The fact that it was involved in an accident or had a lien placed on it or was sold at auction doesn't change the fact that you still owe them money. Unfortunately this is a very tough situation. Do you still pay on a car you don't have or own so your credit stays in good shape or do you stop paying on it cause you don't have it anymore and get a bad mark on your credit? Only you can decide that. Hope this helps!
  • i finished analyzing a pair of million/2 way down. A.D.D. besides, the mechanic CAN carry the vehicle & take a mechanics lien. (which you will could sue to undertaking) meanwhile, you nevertheless OWE for the vehicle and in case you do no longer pay for it, they're going to come when you for the quantity due. (and particular at last garnish your paycheck over it) Your lien holder can't legally take the vehicle from the mechanic. The mechanics lien comes first. they might could pay your bill to be waiting to legally repo the vehicle.
  • So back in 2003 i bought a motorcycle. The motorcycle was impounded and i'm assumming the bank got the motorcycle back, i never saw it again. I stopped paying on the bike as soon as it was taken. Debt collectors harrassed the heck out of me and my family. When i changed addresses they finally stopped. I just checked my credit report and it said i now owe a new debt to this debt collection agency that was just opened up in 2008. I thought that statute of limitation would get rid of this by like 2010 since it was originally a debt from 2003, but now i have this fresh new debt as of last year that should actually be from 2003 and the name on the debt shouldn't be this debt collection agency, it should be the bank i had the loan through... why is this like this? won't that extend my statute of limitation? is there anything to do? I live in TX by the way, so i do understand they can't garnish my wages or anything like that, and they haven't summoned me, yet at least. the debt is for almost 20k... what is the reasoning behind them opening this new debt and how can they do that?
  • There is a difference between the SOL and credit reporting period. The SOL for Texas is 4 years but if they had a judgment against you, it is 10 years (and renewable) from the date of the Texas judgment. It is possible for a debtor to be awarded a judgment even if past the SOL if you do not show up for court. Credit reporting time is 7 years. Anytime a bad debt changes hands, they report that to the credit agencies.
  • speaking from experience all technical schools are a quick fix to real college and all they do is screw up your credit by approving you for a bunch of loans that you never ask for. yes the programs are short and relatively easy but most technical schools end up closing down or changing names. they usually lose accreditation and none of the hours transfer to any other college or university. they are ok if you have a specific industry you want to go into and you want to do it in a short amount of time. i have an associates from a now defunct school that helped me land a job at a major hospital, a great job that i kept for years before returning to UH. i was young and had just had my daughter so technical school seemed like a good idea. and it was, for the moment. i learned a lot of valuable job skills that i used in the real world and have they have helped put me ahead of my UH peers.so it may not be all bad depending on what you are looking for. my cousin who lived with me while attending Texas School of Business finished school but never found a job. it was not helpful to her and she ended up moving back to Louisiana.
  • the only bad thing is that you do NOT get any college hours for it
  • Okay so my mom met this guy and we relocated to Texas with him and we bought an expensive house, my mom contributed 60,000 towards it and had her name put on the deed and the guy lost his job after 4 months and he's been using all his savings trying to pay for the mortgage. This is where things started getting bad. They are NOT MARRIED but he expects my mom to help pay for the mortgage but she can't afford it and he has been resentful towards her and tortures her about it all the time by playing sociopathic games with her like hiding her things (clothes, shoes, things for work) and parks his car behind hers so she can't leave and just drives her crazy. We tried selling the house but it wouldn't sell, and my mom just wants the money back that she put into the house and then we would leave but he wont give it to her. And she wont leave unless she has it. I've been physically abused by this man and called the cops on him so he has a record. We are prisoners in this house and I need some legal advice as too what to do, he shouldn't be allowed to torture us like this, it isn't fair their has to be somethingg my mom can do about this. Please help I just need advice!! my email is ashleyberd@comcast.net if you would be kind enough to help me
  • Your mother is a part owner of the house. Her name is on the deed and the loan. Your mother did not give the guy $60k. She bought a share of a piece of real estate with that $60K. The other person does not have the ability to buy out her share of the house. He does not have a job. Nor is he required to buy out her share of the house - just because she does not want to be an owner any more. No more than he can force her to buy out his share in the house just because he does not want to be an owner anymore. Your mother has to pay the mortgage, 1. because she's an owner of the house too, 2. her name is on the loan. If the house goes into foreclosure, Mom's credit takes a nose dive. And if the house goes into foreclosure, the bank can come after Mom for the balance owed on the house. The only way your mother gets any money back is from the sell of the house. Period. If it won't sell for enough to cover the mortgage, then Mom needs to talk to the bank about doing a short sale. It will still pound the snot out of her credit rating but it's not as bad as a foreclosure.
  • In cases of divorce the person just buys the other person out. You didn't say what he contributed towards the house, offer to buy him out at half the price. If he didn't contribute anything he can be evicted. His legal status is just of a tenant. You did the right thing by reporting him. Stop contributing towards the house and it will default when he can't pay, he may be more willing to settle for a lower amount. You could also try selling the house by lowering the price. Another thing is, since the problems started after he lost his job, perhaps this is temporary, he is not behaving the right way, but sometimes loss of a job is a big problem for people, particularly men, it is their identity. He is liable to find another job sooner or later.
  • Either you are making up a whale of a good story....or your Mom has her priorities wrong. Money should never be the reason that a person remains in an abusive relationship. You don't say whether or not this guys name is on the deed also. If not, she can kick him out any time she wants to do so....with the help of the police. She and you need to see the cops NOW and have them file for an order of protection from this guy. THEY will help to remove him if he puts up a fuss.
  • First of all, if the guy is abusive what are you and your mother still there? Your mother and this man bought an expensive house together. Why? They were not married. The house won't sell, and if it sells it won't sell for what they bought it for. The house is a loss. It seems like your mother is more concerned about her money that she is about her safety. Tell her to leave. Let the guy stay in the house. Her name is still on the deed. He cannot sell it without her consent. If he hangs on to it, your mother might eventually get some of her money back. Good luck
  • Hello, Im sorry to hear all that. It really sucks. But you know you can always go to or call the womens shelter . They can help with a restraining order and he will have to leave the house. Then your mom can do what she need s to do. If your affraid of him harming you guys the womens shelter will help. Its worth a try. Good Luck., Hope that helps.
  • If this guy does now not pay hire or another charges in the direction of the residence costs. The proprietor of the residence can start a method of Eviction which takes many years however is the correct method to do it legally. She cannot simply positioned him out. He can also be arrested for attack if the lady complains to the Police. You are pronouncing that you do not desire to move that manner. So Eviction is your reply. Good good fortune.
  • Are there any Legal Aid lawyers around? Ask in school? Talk to your school counselor. What about your father, is he living? Can a grandparent help? Do you attend church? You need help and it sounds like you need help fast. God bless.
  • I hope to God that nothing bad in the country with the new guy. I have faith in God that he will guide Obama in the choices he makes for this country. I am an American Sailor and I have served in Iraq. I was in the US Air Force until my platoon ambushed and things just happened. All my friends are now in prison for war crimes. We fired on the enemy before they fired on us. I lost one of my friends that day. I do not regret anything that I have done. I was shot in Iraq during the ambushed. I have a great honor and respect for this country. I love my country and my home state of Texas. I miss my fallen comrads who lost their lives in this war. I will tell you what I have learned from this. The terrorist enjoy kill americans weather it be military or civilians. They also enjoy killing womans because of their beliefs. And when I see and hear people raggin on my friends in Iran and Iraq it makes me so mad. I truly believe in this war on terror. Dont bad mouth my comrads and brothers in arms.
  • It really all boils down to one thing. Look at the back of a dollar bill It says Federal Reserve System How many of you know that system is privately owned? How many of you know that the Federal Reserve System is controlled by a few banks and a handful of very rich people? How many of you know that the chairman of the Federal Reserve System is probably the most powerful man on the planet? The Federal Reserve System controls our money supply Prints our money Interest rates encourages you to be in debt lends money to our government while you the tax payer are paying interest on that debt. That our money is not backed by anything tangible, such as gold or silver, but only backed with a promise. In short, they control just about every aspect of your life, your money, your credit cards, your mortgage, your car loan, student loans, your retirment, etc. Including having their hands in getting us involved in money making wars. The smartest thing I ever did was chose to live debt free about 20 years ago. It is amazing how much of our money is eaten up by the Federal Reserve System, and how much more disposable income I had because I made the right choice. And more information about the federal reserve system: http://www.apfn.org/apfn/reserve.htmAnd this audio from Senator Ron Paul http://www.apfn.net/pogo/M001I0604251938...And video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ji_G0MqAq...Other prespectives http://www.tysknews.com/Depts/Taxes/fed_banking_fraud.htm http://www.truthusa.org/articles/fed/fedtruth2004.htm For more information about this and other important issues, download this: TVU Player http://pages.tvunetworks.com/downloads/player.html Then I would tune into: Channel 68078 Exposing 9/11, police state and tyranny Documentaries about 911 and other social issues over and over again.
  • Which prison are your friends held in? What "war crimes" are they charged with? I seriously doubt your story. EDIT: You are a liar. You said that you were in the Navy as a "combat medic" (I wasn't aware that the Navy had "combat medics") 9 months ago. Now you are claiming that you and your "platoon" of "Air Force" personnel were ambushed. Why do you disrespect this country so much that you will outright lie about its military?
  • Oh you must be the 25% in this country who supports bush.
  • I will just assume the courts have dealt with you and the other offenders in an appropriate manner and leave it at that
  • We support our soldiers over there. Whole heartily. We do not support the reason why they are there or the president who put them all in harms way. *********************** Sorry I ticked you off, but isn't that why our military has fought, so I can disagree with you?
  • I agree with Chinabli's observations.
  • I currently have some people that are wanting to buy land from me, with me financing it to them. I usually will just buy the land outright and finance and double my money in 3 years but I am into something really big and don't have 30k laying around anymore to buy the land outright. Is it possible for me to get a loan from the bank, survey and split up the land into 3 sections and finance it to them while repaying the loan super fast. I charge them over 15% interest and double what I paid so I make double the price plus interest. They do it because they have bad credit with no way out, but they have to have 20% down. Is it possible for me to buy it at the bank then finance it to them, how would the bank ever find out I am doing this and what would happen if they did? If they make it all due at once, I could pull the money out and take care of it if I HAD to. I live in Texas by the way if that helps.
  • The short answer is no, you don't own the land. The bank does. So, you can't sell it to someone without paying off the bank first. When you purchase a property through financing, you hold title to the property. But, the bank holds a lien on that property, which is filed with the county recorder. If you tried to sell that property without paying off the lien, this would turn up on the title search and the transaction would not go through. Regarding dividing the property, that would depend on the zoning laws where the property is located. And, some municipalities have minimum lot size requirements.
  • I currently live on my own and decided to go to school full time with a full time job as well. My living expenses are very high and I have a lot of things that I have to pay for on a monthly basis. I already completed my fafsa but I do not qualify for money since my parents make too much. I cannot file as a independent because I am 21, single, and have no kids. I tried scholarships but it seems like I can never get one. My credit is bad, so I can't get any loans from my bank. Are there other types of grants that aren't related to income that I can qualify for? Is there any other way I can get money to help me pay for my living expenses?
  • you can apply for merit scholarships, not needs scholarships. You can also apply for texas grants if you live in texas, other random scholarships from organizations your in such as FFA, FTA, Key Club, ect.
  • PLEASE DONT ATTEMPT TO ANSWER IF YOU DONT HAVE LEGAL KNOWLEDGE. I had my identity stolen in febuary 2006. They ran up a sprint bill in my name so to save face i called to pay it even though it technically wasnt mine. After i pay $402 they operator says "now ill transfer you to cancellations department"! After the 402 they wanted $250 to cancel the account so i hung up because i just paid them my last ($402). Three and a half years later i find my first house i want to purchase. After I jump through hoops, during closing I get a denial letter! Sprint re-aged the $250 as if it was current, or as if i had made a recent payment! This plumitted my score 32 points, 14 points shy of the approval cutoff! I know its against federal law due to the creation of the FAIR DEBT COLLECTION PRACTICES ACT for Sprint to do this. They are suppose to report the date the debt became delinquent, not the current date they began trying to collect on it. When I call sprint they either put me on hold and never come back or the line gets disconnected. Im tired of unethical business practices by big corperations and how they are being able to run unregulated. They cost me a home and about $3500 i spent getting ready to be a home owner (inspections etc.). I live in Dallas county if the makes any difference (Texas). I want to file the paper work in the morning to sue Sprint PCS for $5,000 for stress, lost monies, mental anguish etc. but can i sue them? How long would they have to pay if I sued and won?
  • Here is the deal: By paying them the $402 you *say* you didn't owe them because your identity was stolen to open this Sprint account..you basically claimed this debt as true and YOURS. It is like getting arrested for a crime that you say you didn't commit but then going to court and pleading guilty because you can get a lesser sentence. If the bill wasn't yours to begin with, the normal reaction would be to have them PROVE that you owed this bill, and NOT pay it! Something about your story doesn't wash, because the normal reaction to a bill that is not yours is to contest it, not lay down and "save face" by paying it. You will not win a dime. In fact, you will be throwing good money after bad. Isn't it cheaper to just pay the $250 or whatever it is now to Sprint to make this go away? Most lenders would say you have to pay this debt off before we will fund the loan. This also should have been on your credit when you were starting the loan process and you should have been told it might be a red flag or a problem then. I also find it hard to believe you are out $3500 due to inspections etc. A home inspection is at most $500 unless you are buying a mansion, in which case, $250 would be a drop in the bucket and you would have just paid the Sprint bill. What is the other $3000 for? If it was earnest money, you should have had the offer you made contingent on getting financing. Sprint didn't cause you to lose the opportunity to get this home, you did by paying the first $402 and in a sense admitting guilt that this was your bill. The judge isn't going to buy your "saving face" story. Pay the $250 and get on with your life.
  • What did your lawyer tell you? He/She would have the best answer. If you really don't want good advice (why else would you be here) at least try a possibly helpful website.
  • It seems this country is filling with democrats, liberals, and atheist. They say it's always the darkest before the dawn. This seems like some dark times to me. If our country is going to keep declining as it is today then what chances do we have. There are those who will jump off the sinking ship that is our country and those who stay hoping the holes of past mistakes get fixed. Everyday I hear about how terrible peoples lives are becoming. No food, no jobs, no help....... No chance......... Obama promised hope in the form of handouts and free give aways..... But what happens when there is none to give........ The ones who jump out in lifecrafts and boats, maybe the only chance we've got of continuing our legacy as a nation....... If our country doesn't fix its errors and patch up the system of keep giving.... Then our last hope is the people who can work for our lives and survive without relying on others to feed us.... Or maybe we are to far deep into the ocean of debt....... But there is a horizon of redemption that is...... Reincarnation.... We must let our country die before we can save it...... So long America welcome home the confederacy......
  • Our country allows people to decide for themselves what's right and wrong, so if enough people decide that something God says is a sin is acceptable, it ends up legal. We're a country of popular opinion on right and wrong. @ medcenman Bush was in office at a bad time. A lot of debts came due at once. The Clinton "economic miracle" wasn't one at all. All politicians have been behind globalization, including Clinton, and during his time most American factories went to China. It's something to think of too that Al Gore was his VP, then, "fighting for the environment" even though since the Clinton-Gore administration all of our household products now have to shipped across the Pacific. Clinton's time also gave us huge stock market bubbles (the tech bubble) and made credit card and mortgage loans too easy to get. And when Clinton was in office, all baby boomers were working, while now they're retiring. It's been said for decades that we'd be in trouble then. All that is not to mention that Clinton worked against Christian values too. Edit: Have you signed any of the secession petitions? Here are a few: https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petitio...https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petitio...https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petitio...https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/peacefully-grant-state-louisiana-withdraw-united-states-america-and-create-its-own-new-government/1wrvtngl https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/peacefully-grant-state-new-jersey-withdraw-united-states-america-and-create-its-own-new-government/RYvjgdDT
  • Nope due to the fact i will see the cohesion between the North and the South. We now have a country wide financial recession. The North will not be productively industrializing, and the South is just not promoting a copius amount of plants. I feel. I am hoping this question gets answered to your preference. This is an fascinating question - an concept with concept that can spur a entire conversation. Good accomplished. Certainly, Alex.
  • as a native son of south carolina, I have to say I live in the new south. my life has not changed at all in the last four years. my wife still spends money like it is water. we have never asked the government for anything. as of today 20 states have filed petitions of secession from the United States. my home state is on the list. my family never owned any slaves. they made their living hunting, farming and logging. they lived so far back in the blue ridge mountains, they didn't even know there was a civil war. I personally believe mr obama is on the right track to get america booming again. it is time the bigots in the US understand that this is a new age. we are truly a melting pot. it does not matter to me if brown people are the majority. that just makes my life more interesting. dish out the soul food, tacos and the fried rice. put a scoop of grits over to the side and I am happy.
  • Yeah you're right - a one party system with a choice of voting Republican or Republican would work out so much better. They can create all kinds of low paying **** jobs for us working people, while they live like fat cats off of our sweat. And don't expect any health insurance or retirement plan, that's socialism. You Repub ditto heads are so ignorant it's just almost incredible. What you really want is a Draconian Plutocracy, or Theocracy. No thanks.
  • Aaron, you're right! Killing, enslaving, lynching naggers will certainly fix the economy, create millions of jobs, and create a government surplus so that your government can keep giving ExxonMobile and Goldmann Sachs some good southern style handouts!
  • And what all the above nonsense stuff have anything to do with the South and confederacy? Have you forgotten that it was YOUR president Bush who put us in all of thse troubles to begin with? Who gave the stimulus package? It was bush. Who started war with 2 different countries? Bush.
  • By all means, please secede. Southern red-states are huge money sinks anyway, receiving much more in the way of federal funds than they produce in federal taxes. We'll get our budget back on track much more quickly after we cut you loose. Don't let the door hit you on the way out!
  • "So long America welcome home the confederacy......" Wake up! You don't have a south any more Jim Crow is dead, and the confederacy was destroyed on April 9 1865.Your hopes are based on lies.
  • I will be moving out of the south if this secession thing continues onward
  • LOL the only thing that will rise in the South is Mexicans.
  • I'm asking this question because I am in the process of divorcing my Husband based on MANY issues...Not Just his lying. However, I feel I'm most justified based on this fact alone. Some examples of this lying are; He didn't answer his phone for an entire weekend and he told me his mother was in a horrific car accident and he spent the weekend in the hospital--Never hap pend, He told our new neighbor that he spent time in Iraq when he was in the military--Never went, He took out a $ 5,000 doller loan from the bank(didn't tell me about it, then when questioned he told me it was for 2,000...he left his credit report out on the table), When he missed our anniversary he told me it was because he was grieving the anniversary of his sisters death--The death of his sister had happened 3 months prior, Those are his extreme lie's however he lied about daily activity also...What time he had to go to work, What he had for lunch ETC..ETC... He's acting like I'm the worst person in the world for leaving him but he doest understand the first meaning of trust. He also cheated and never cared if the A.C was working when me and the kids were at home(we lived in Texas) So, I'm just trying to see if I'm being unreasonable or not. We were married 5 years and went to marriage counseling where we brought up his actions...Nothing improved. Thanks for any and all input.
  • I would not divorce someone who pathologically lied, because I wouldn't marry a liar in the first place. Once, I went on a date with a girl. I thought the date went well. At the end, I asked her on a second date, to a concert I was planning to go to. She said she couldn't make it and declined. Later, I learned that she had lied. I also heard she had been asking about me and was wondering why I didn't call her again. I never called her again, and I never dated her again, because she had lied to me. A few months later, I met the woman who would become my wife. I found her to be an honest person. We've now been married for 23 years. The moral of this story: set standards for the people with whom you involve yourself, and stick to them.
  • The only thing about you that's unreasonable is that you've lived with this for 5 years. Just dump his azz and then please see a good therapist, because this is so over the top that you need to understand why you would ever be attracted to, and stick with, a man like this. It's important that you do this, because humans behave in patterns, and if you don't identify what went wrong inside your head with this guy, you will likely end up with someone just like him, and you don't deserve that.
  • I would divorce him in a heart beat! people like that just don't understand that they're liars and will never change. I'd get out-the sooner the better. You're not a bad person and don't let him try to talk you into staying either-remember he's good at lying so he'll be good at telling you what you want to hear!
  • Yes, I absolutely would. His lying is a sickness. It's a bad habit that unfortunately is pathalogical in his life and directly affects your relationship.
  • you don't deserve to be treated like that but I think I would give it more time and try to work things out get him some help.
  • Good for you. Don't stand for being treated like that!
  • DIVORCE HIS A$$!!!!!!! If he is lying about little stuff, who knows what kind of big stuff he's lied about.
  • Yeah...trust is important.
  • he is not going to change. get rid of him. good luck.
  • I would rather think government's confusion, namely Bush's over the past 8 years, is more hurtful then "Jewish Donations" to Obama. Bush is the one saying no to Arafat. The Palestinian leader — a frequent guest at the White House in the Clinton administration — has been ignored by Bush from Day One, and a boycott of Arafat has been official administration policy for the past two years. Many in the Jewish community credit Bush’s decision to isolate Arafat as a product of his Middle East advisers or their own lobbying. But for those who know Bush, and who have educated him on Jewish and Middle East issues over the years, the approach toward Arafat follows the path they have seen from Bush on every issue — a determination to follow his gut and call things as he sees them. “If there has ever been a thing that was not politically expedient, it was the way he handled Israel,” said Fred Zeidman, a longtime friend who Bush appointed chairman of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Council. “He’s rooted in what he believes in.” Certainly, Bush’s support for Israel has hurt him in the European and Arab worlds, which take a much more pro-Palestinian approach to the Middle East conflict, and has made his other international priorities more difficult to achieve - In 2000, Jewish leaders watched Bush the presidential candidate with trepidation. He was, after all, the man who once suggested that only those who accept Jesus would go to heaven. He was the candidate who failed a pop quiz on the names of international leaders. He was the Texas governor perceived as being beholden to Arab oil interests, and was warmly endorsed by the Arab American community. And he was the son of a president who openly clashed with the organized Jewish community on loan guarantees for Israel and over Israeli settlements. Jewish leaders also were concerned Bush would utilize many of his father’s key advisers — like former Secretary of State James Baker and Brent Scowcroft, his father’s national security adviser — who consistently hammered the Israeli leadership on settlement expansion and Israel’s refusal to negotiate with the PLO because of its involvement in terrorism. But in their first meetings with the Texas governor, Jewish leaders said they found a man willing to listen, and to consider the community’s opinions. “He was willing to say he didn’t know, and he was willing to change his mind,” said Abraham Foxman, national director of the Anti-Defamation League. “He would say, ‘I don’t have to know everything, I have to choose good advisers.’ “ It also was becoming clearer that his father’s advisers would not play a role in a Bush administration. Those early meetings may have allayed Jewish officials’ worst fears, but there still was little indication that Bush would go out of his way to stand beside the Jewish community in some of its international priorities http://jta.org/news/article/2004/08/19/1...Obama haters need to stop. To go out of the way to make Obama look bad ON EVERY ISSUE is childish to say the least. Sure Bush bashers didn't do much better but much of it was based in some sort of reality.
  • No, because A-every candidate gets money from Jewish and non-Jewish groups. B-Obama polls very well in the Islamic part of the world.
  • probably not terrorists because they dont have enough stuff to make a nuke but islamic country maybe. i recommend moving to the west. most government stuff is in the east
  • Russia is one thing, but every other country that has nukes must disarm or see the Sun. I grew up questioning why Moscow wasn't Nuked,
  • Oh, great, an anti-Semtiic lie. And a non-sequitur. Anyone nukes the US, BTW, and they won't be around to celebrate it.
  • its another way around it is the islamic country that will be nuke, that is if Barack Obana is not a muslim. but if he is goodbye America I will just remember you in your hollywood movies...hehehe
  • Huh? Source?
  • I think you have something wrong here. Obama is no friend to the jewish. I think he sised with his jew hater friend Khalidi.
  • Maybe neither because before the election everyone was on here claiming he is Muslim so if he also has ties to Israel too, I guess he's safe.
  • I think we should all try and be optomistic about what Obama is going to do, even if we dont agree with him or didnt vote for him
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