Yes it does. I have a friend that did not pay her cell phone bill and when she went to buy a car it was on her credit report. It made her look bad because if she cannot pay for a cell phone bill how could she pay a car payment.Answerif its one or two monthsIt will only hurt your credit with your cell phone provider. but every company has its limits. After 90 days with some carriers they will transfer your un-paid balance to a third party collection agency. This agency is the one that will put negative remarks on your credit report if they can not get payment or a solid payment arrangement. Even a non-payment of only 40 dollars can stay on your record for 7 years. this will effect everything you try to obtain by credit. this is known as R9.
If you have a cell phone it is important to pay your bill just as you would with the rest of your household bills. In Washington, the statute of limitations on an unpaid cell phone bill is two years.
yes,especially if it is unpaid!
If you are looking to get a cell phone plan, having poor credit may require the cell phone company to collect an upfront deposit from you. Not paying your cell phone bill on time will go on your credit report with unsatisfactory results. However, always paying your cell phone bill, and always paying it on time will not get reported to the credit bureaus; and thus will not positively affect your credit.
== == You can pay your AT&T phone bill in person at an AT&T store using cash, credit, or check. You can also pay the bill over the phone using a credit card or online using a credit card. If you have a cell phone, you can also pay by dialing "*PAY" (minus the quotation marks, of course) from your cell and then following their instructions.
7 years or change your name and move to mexico
It can't hurt your credit. Most all cell phone providers do NOT report your good on-time payments but will report late payments.
Skype chatting like video does not show up on the normal phone bill. If you call a contacts cell phone from your account on skype and you do not have credit it will not go through. If you have credit, it will show up on your phone bill. But regular videos chats do not show up on your phone bill.
You can call their cell phone company and have them bill their next bill with your credit card. The easiest way to do this would either be online or with customer service.
2 years. However, it will not go away from your credit report and from that company's records. Better to figure out how to pay the bill sooner than later. You used the service; you owe the company the money.
You don't necessarily need credit to get a credit card, it's bad credit that they don't want to give you a credit card. If you have a cell phone bill, or utility bill or pay rent, you should have some kind of credit.
No, you cannot file my cell phone bill in a bankruptcy. However, you can file YOUR cell phone bill in a bankruptcy.
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not on your phone bill.
If you are talking about switching cell phone providers, the answer is yes. You may find problems however getting a contract based on credit. There is a good chance you will be required an upfront deposit anywhere from $500.00 to $1,000.00 depending on the plans and phone.
The answer would depend on your age and who pays the cell phone bill.
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You need to check the law on this - find out what the statute of limitations are on unpaid (phone) bills.
Past due accounts that become collections or charge-offs are usually reported adversely to the consumer's credit file for 7 years plus 180 days from the start of the first collection activity. Pull your credit history for review for free once per year at www.annualcreditreport.com If you apply for credit, banking, insurance, or housing and are denied based on credit, you have the right to obtain a free copy of your report.
You can complain or dispute your cell phone bill by contacting the company you are contracted to and asking for their claims department. The best way to complain about your cell phone bill is if you're not contracted to switch to a different company.
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