10 Things Friends Should Never Share

May 20, 2011  |  


8. Your credit and driving record.

T-Mobile makes putting another phone on your plan seem so simple, until your bestie reveals she’s cancelling her contract and leaving you for Verizon (and leaving you with the expensive cancellation fee).  Imagine how you might feel learning your friend hasn’t been paying the note on the new car you co-signed for or ran up hundreds of dollars in tickets when you let her hold your mid-sized sedan that week you were away on business.  $15.00 to cover her half of dinner is one thing, otherwise friends and big item finances don’t mix.  The only one that should be screwing up you credit score is you.

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