A deceased person's debts and assets are handled according to the probate laws of the state where the person resided. If the married couple resided in a community property state the surviving spouse may be responsible for debts of the deceased spouse even if said debts were solely made. If the married couple resided in a non community property state the surviving spouse is not responsible for debts solely incurred by the deceased spouse. If he was the only signer, then you need to talk to the lender and find out where to send a "certified death certificate". This should take care of the account as the lender will show this as a loss. If you are signed on the application with him--then you have 2 options. 1. You will have to pay, as the accounts will have to be paid off or it will affect your credit; or 2. you file bankruptcy because you do not have the capacity to pay the accounts. I am sorry for your loss--good luck.
If you have bad credit, there are still ways to get a credit card. For those with bad credit, secured credit cards or subprime credit cards might be your only options for getting one. These cards can charge extra fees and may let loaners take your money if you do not pay off the balance.
Although many people treat them as such, no, credit cards are not considered to be money.
how can it get free money to pay off my credit cards
no you go into a deeper debt with credit cards. creadit cards are not money. you BORROW the money and they want it back really quick.
plastic money nothing but we use normally plastic card like credit cards, debit cards, etc.,.It is vernacular for credit cards.
If you don't need to borrow money but need the credit card for buying things online you could get one of the prepay cards. You load money onto it and then you can use it like a credit card for purchasing. There are also secured credit card options for those who have credit issues
Credit cards were made because banks wanted to keep up with credit as in owed money better.
Can you sue your absent husband for not paying a credit card he borrowed money on, the credit card is in my name only?
One can compare rates on credit cards in the UK through Money Supermarket, which is a service that compares credit cards, the rates of interest, the rewards, and the yearly fees. Other good places to learn more about credit cards in UK is Money Co, and it looks at the top 10 credit cards available.
Credit cards are a necessity for many business people and there are a wide variety to choose from. To compare interest rates for business credit cards check out Money Supermarket, Money Saving Expert, Money or Money Facts.
Credit cards are not money, they are used to purchase things under a temporary loan, which can be repaid at a later time for a small fee charged by the credit card issuer.
No, you have to apply for most types of credit cards. The only credit cards that everyone can for sure get are the prepaid kinds from the store, you have to pay for cards and then load the money onto them.
cash, credit cards !
the answer is....
You can use money you don't have.
Debit cards charges money direct from a checking account whenever purchases are made, while a credit card allows borrowing of money at local merchants.
Debit cards when you use them take the money from your bank account. Credit cards charge the amount and then you are billed for it at a later date with intrest.
Credit building credit cards, also known as secured credit cards, allow the user to deposit a certain amount of money as collateral in order to receive the card. The higher the amount deposited, the higher the credit limit. Websites such as Credit and Bankrate offer information on how to obtain credit building credit cards.
The Lakeside Collection offers many credit card payment options like Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover credit cards. Another payment option can be money order or check that is mailed toward their address.
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NO, cash is money you have and probably earned....credit cards are monies not earned by you, hence an unsecured loan.