No. Someone who pays the debt or an authorized user are not liable for the debt. Only someone named as a joint account holder can be held liable.
No, it does not make the non account holder legally obligated to continue payment nor assume the debt.
Yes ... why would a creditor someone even consider taking a credit card payment from someone who has a history of not paying their credit card bills. Think !!!
It is not possible for someone with bad credit to obtain a home loan with no down payment. They would need to have a 5% minimum down payment and collateral.
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2% or 20$.
It's called minimum payment for a reason.. and that reason is that you don't have to pay you're full balance.. but you have to pay the minimum payment. NOTHING LESS
$1150.00 X 3% = $34.50 minimum payment or $1150.00 X .03 = $34.50 minimum payment
A credit card allows you to pay for purchases at a later date. Credit card balances have a minimum payment due, but by paying more than the minimum, you save on interest payments.
Credit Card Minimum Payment Calculator Use this calculator to determine how long it will take you to payoff your credit cards if you only make the minimum payments. Enter your credit card information below and press "View Report" to see your payoff details.
Depends on how much you owe. The more you owe, the more the minimum payment.
A payment due date is the day that a minimum payment is due on a credit card bill. The minimum amount due is the smallest amount of money that must be paid in order to avoid a late payment fee. The last bill due is the date of the previous month's credit card bill.
That is the smallest possible periodic payment to a creditor that is necessary to keep the credit account in good standing.