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Credit Card Responsibility

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Latest revision as of 18:59, 8 March 2011

917-Credit Card Billing Inquiries

CREDIT CARD RESPONSIBILITY

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Responsibility for credit card charges incurred by some other person is usually a complicated issue. Consumers should seek legal advice when they are asked to pay on contracts signed or items purchased by others. Many times co-signers or spouses share responsibility for credit charges; when one dies, fails to pay, or disappears, responsibility for payment of the debt falls on the other. In case of doubt, it's better to obtain legal advice.



See Also:
Federal Trade Commission FTC)
Credit Counseling Service
Lawyer Referral Services



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