‘We obviously bet on the wrong horse’: I co-signed my nephew’s $55K student loan: He has no degree and no job. Aside fro

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‘We obviously bet on the wrong horse’: I co-signed my nephew’s $55K student loan: He has no degree and no job. Aside fro

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https://www.marketwatch.com/story/we-ob ... eid=yhoof2



I read an interesting article while at yahoo finance. Cant believe people still fall for cosigning.
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Re: ‘We obviously bet on the wrong horse’: I co-signed my nephew’s $55K student loan: He has no degree and no job. Aside

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