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What do "Personal References" really mean? (MPN)

shinywingshinywing Posts: 397Registered User Member
When I was filling in my Master Promissory Note, they asked me to provide 2 personal references. What do they really mean? Who should I pick?
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Replies to: What do "Personal References" really mean? (MPN)

  • Sharath192Sharath192 Posts: 128Registered User Junior Member
    two references close to you
  • Erin's DadErin's Dad Posts: 16,485Registered User Senior Member
    Family members can be those references.
  • shinywingshinywing Posts: 397Registered User Member
    But it says the two people CAN'T have the same address.......
  • shinywingshinywing Posts: 397Registered User Member
    bumppppppp~~~~~~~please. I'm still confused.
  • gorugoru Posts: 178Registered User Junior Member
    our kids always put their aunts down. maybe a neighbor your comfortable with? fwiw, as far as i know, no one was ever contacted.
  • Why Two KayWhy Two Kay Posts: 941Registered User Member
    Father and grandfather.
  • shinywingshinywing Posts: 397Registered User Member
    I have no relatives in this country......and our family is not close to our neighbor either.......:(
  • Sharath192Sharath192 Posts: 128Registered User Junior Member
    scan through online yellow pages for a random american zip code
    type someone's info
    ??????????
    profit
  • endof18endof18 Posts: 47Registered User Junior Member
    Get two of your good friends. That's what I did when I filled it out online yesterday.
    Even though I knew one of their address, I still text both of them for permission. Of course they said yes. = )
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