Rick Bormin, Personal Loans Moderator
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No, Marcus by Goldman Sachs does not allow cosigners on personal loans, unlike some personal loan providers. A cosigner is a second person who serves as a guarantor on the loan, and thus promises to pay the loan back if the primary applicant cannot.
Although Marcus by Goldman Sachs does not accept cosigners on personal loans, there are quite a few lenders out there that do. You can check out WalletHub's picks for the best personal loans that allow cosigners to find some good offers.
You can also use WalletHub's free personal loan pre-qualification tool to see which loans you might be able to qualify for even without a cosigner.
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