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I co-sighed a loan but do not live at her address, why is it on mt report

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Contact the credit bureaus and tell them that you do not live at that address. Transunion, Equifax and Experian all have websites with contact info

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Because you co-signed. As a co-signer you're responsible for the debt if the principal signer doesn't pay. In essence the loan affects your credit;  bad or good.

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addresses get added to reports from the creditors themselves. they take it from the credit application. in this case, it is actually a legitimate address for you, since the credit application YOU signed, had this address on it. if you dispute it, you'll most likely lose. 

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