The simplest way to get this information is to pull your own credit. Each credit card along with other debts you have will show up as a "trade line" on your credit report. Keep in mind that new credit cards will sometimes take up to 60 to show up on your credit report.
No. Not unless the credit cards were stolen or used under a fake name. If the cards were used and received legally, the debt is just a debt.
Credit cards are also called charge cards.
In the 1960s some visa cards wer issued under the name Chargex
If the credit cards are in HIS NAME ONLY, then no. You do not have to pay them off.
If your name is not on the account, and the account is not considered a "joint account" by the credit card company, then you should not be held liable for any debt on your wife's credit cards.
Pull your credit report.
You need to obtain a copy of your credit report. There are many places that will provide this for a small fee (under $20.00), or if you are turned down for credit, you can obtain one for free. The rejection letter they mail you should give instructions for this.
Keys, cd, money, paper, credit cards.
Personalized credit cards contain the same information as most other credit cards. They contain the cardholder's name, the credit card number, the expiration date of the card, and the security code in addition to the credit card company's logo and/or name of the person's bank.
Nothing, Visa is just a brand name for credit cards. Just like MasterCard, Discover, etc.
The scientific name for someone that fears money is Chrometophobia, and the fear of numbers called numerophobia prevents some people from obtaining credit cards. There does not appear to be a specific phobia related to fear of credit cards.
No you wont be, as the credit was in his name only, because if he dies you cannot use the credit cards as they are in his name not yours. This is how I understand the system here in australia.
Mastercard are one of the most known credit card companies, they do a good prepaid credit card and you know they can be trusted due to being a big name brand.
Pay your credit card billls on time. Keep more than 50% of your available credit on the card unused. Also, do not have more than a couple credit cards outstanding under your name.
Washington Mutual credit cards arenâ€™t available anymore. WaMu was bought out by JPMorgan Chase in the fall of 2008, which means that no new credit cards will be issued under that name. Existing Washington Mutual credit card customers can still use their cards, and they can make their payments at either a WaMu or Chase branch.
Money, credit cards, debit cards, membership cards, photographs, receipts.
If the wife is listed on the accounts, then YES. Did the wife have the credit cards also? In her name too? Then, YES. If the cards were only in the husbands' name. If the wife did not use the cards. Maybe Not.
A debit card is similar to a credit card, as they typically will contain a Visa, Mastercard or American Express logo. There are two typical types of non-credit cards: gifts cards (which do not have your name on the card) or debit cards (with your name). Debit cards are issued by a bank and generally have conditions for use and monthly maintenance fees. Debit cards can be used in many of the same ways a credit card can: in-person purchases, online purchases, ATM withdrawal (check your card). The difference between a credit and debit card is that debit cards traditionally do not affect your credit rating, whereas credit cards do.
Yes, you are married. For years I didnt even work or have credit cards, but I established credit due to my husbands last name, because we are married.
BankAmericard and its foreign licenses such as Barclaycard and Chargex, were what we now know as Visa cards.
people can have several credits, line of credit, credit cards and equity in their home to name a few.
The State Bank of India or SBI offers many SBI credit cards to their customers. One can choose from Signature, Advanced, and Platinum SBI credit cards.
To obtain credit cards on line, the process includes filling out a form with your pertinent information such as name , address, place of employment . After a credit check you will find out if your are eligible.
No... any cards that are solely in your name - are YOUR responsibility. Only cards and accounts in joint names will be affected.
Yes, you can remove your name by writing the credit card company. You could also customer service and have your name removed.