You probably won't get caught, but if you're a minor and you do get caught, you can be charged with fraud, which is a felony.
It depends if your Canadian or not, you can still get a credit card.
This is a big problem in the us and alot of people do steal credit cards, and the person who steals a credit card and get caught using it can get anywhere from 1 to 5 years in jail
Fake credit card numbers are illegal. If you get caught using fake credit card numbers, you could go to jail.
You still can own a credit card without credit or a poor credit score. Many companies will offer you a prepaid credit card. Simply make a deposit to the credit card company and begin charging on your new credit card up to the amount of your downpayment. Pay your balance like you normally would as with any regular credit card. In most cases, the credit card company will refund your downpayment after you have been in good standing for a certain period of time. You will continue to charge on your card, but it is now an unsecured line of credit.
Yes, but the funds are still withdrawn from the account that the debit card it linked to ... in other words using the debit card as a credit card is still a point of sale transaction. You cannot be extended "credit" on a debit card.
Plenty of people have been caught using (or trying to use) someone else's credit card. The crime is fraud - for which there are varying penalties depending on the country concerned.
A platinum credit card is a credit card which usually has a higher than usual credit limit. Also it has more advantages than a standard credit card or a gold credit card.
Um, it's usually supplies and good things you need. It's like a credit card but then a consumer credit card is not secured. So there's pretty much no difference between what you buy with a credit card and a consumer credit card. Except the consumer credit card is not secure.
There is no interest on a prepaid credit card. With a prepaid card it is like having cash. You have an amount on your card (for example $500) and you purchase an item for $30 you would then still have a credit of $470 on your card. This can be topped up when the funds run low.
Even if you have bad credit, you can still often find an easy credit card to qualify for. Depending on whether you have a poor credit history, or just no credit.
Yes. If they extend the line of credit to you, and you do not activate it, it will still show up on your credit report.
The major difference between a Platinum credit card and a standard credit card is that with a standard credit card credit limits are lower than what they would be with a Platinum credit card. Interest rates will differ as well.
all your credit cards,home address and previous address,card you canceled and still have and how many years you had you credit cards and ect.
At 17 you can have a credit card, although since they are still under 18 they are unable to legally hold the card on their own; they would need to be either cosigner or an authorized user on an adult's (i.e. 18 yrs or older) credit card.
No, it would be a violation of the merchant's agreement with the credit card company, and they would lose their right to accept that credit card.
I would think you would be able to use it if it is a major credit card like Visa or MasterCard
There are available credit card companies that offer a chance for people to have credit cards even though they don't have a credit card history. Even people who have a bad credit card history can still be a candidate for the application. Though it will be harder for one to get his/her application granted.
a credit card discount would be a credit, not an expense.
You can get a credit card starting out with a small limit. If that still doesn't work look at getting a pre paid credit card to build credit. Bill payments on utilities are a great way to build credit.
Credit card interest in calculated daily. For example, if you have a credit card with 12% apr, you would divide the interest by 12 months. You should always check with your credit card company on how they calculate your credit card interest.
Provided the mother had enough available credit on the card yes. Incidentally, the mother would have to be the one that called her credit card company to action it.
The transaction would still be processed... provided the bank account linked to the debit card had sufficient funds in it.
If you have a verified credit card still on the account then it will charge the credit card, if the credit card used to make the account has been removed you will not be able to purchase anything unless you have an itunes card.