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- Joined: Thu Apr 30, 2009 2:32 pm
- Location: Texas
I agree with everyone here who says not to do it. Don't loan friends money and don't ever put a friend on your credit account. The only thing good about loaning a friend money compared with putting him/her on your account is that in the case of the former you know how much money you lost; in the latter it's open-ended. Let your friend figure out how to improve his credit himself; that's one of the things adults have to do.
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