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I cosign for someone and they're not making payments on time how can I get out a leasing contract
She don't wanna turn the car in and she refuse to refinance the car to get my name off the contract. What can I do to Pertect credit.

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Any time you cosign, you are virtually guaranteeing that loan.  Youn are telling the lender that you will make the payments should the original borrower fail to do so. That is why cosigning is a bad idea.  Sorry.

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Nothing at all. You are as much liable as she is.

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you guaranteed the loan when you co-signed  ( FOLKS THIS IS WHY NEVER CO-SIGN FOR ANYONE )

You need to start making the payments before your Credit goes in the DUMP.   

Is the Car in your name or their name?   if it is go get it. 

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