paparoach429 wrote:Ok guys so I thought about what you guys, as well as my family told me and I decided to not put the bike in my name. I didn't know how all that stuff worked as far as who would be responsible for the bike, the person who owned it or the person that got caught on it. The dealer ended up letting him put the bike in his own name so I didn't have to be involved at all anyways. I knew he was going to buy the bike regardless of what anybody told him or how he was affected by the law. I figured there was a few ways that could benefit me creditwise and I should have taken advantage of them but I guess it was a better idea that I didn't. However, I did end up putting the payment across 3 credit cards, mostly Chase, and he gave me a check for the total plus a little extra. I guess now my question goes back to a thread I posted a few weeks ago asking about a reported high balance. Should I let these high limit/ high balance cards report to show I am using them in their entirety and am capable of paying them off, or should I pay them off the second they post? Thanks alot for all your guys replies, its not that I was trying to be a bad friend for letting him do it, trust me he was going to do it regardless.. I was trying to have it benefit me in a way that would help me boost my credit, after all isn't that why we are all here?