hire a lawyer. I had charges thru my checking account where someone used my debit card. I contacted the bank & they resolved it for me. And I did get my money back. Good Luck! The credit card shouldn't be suing you unless the problem has been let go a long time. The first thing you should have done was dispute the charge with the credit card company. Then you should have filed a police report either in the jurisdiction where the card was used or in your own jurisdiction, given your state's identity theft laws. You should forward that police report to your credit card company/bank and to the company with whom the purchase was made. You should also file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commision at 877-ID THEFT or with the FBI at the Internet Fraud Complaint Center at www.ifccfbi.gov. At this late date, though, you should probably consult an attorney.
When a company, or members of a company, have a company credit card they are being extended a business credit line. This means that all expenses they pay that are related to the company are charged directly to the company on this credit line. You can go to local banks and their official websites to find out more. You can also go to credit card companies websites such as Chase.
The credit card company may be calling your relative trying to locate a debtor - the best option is to either notify the company that you cannot locate the person being asked about or to give the company the debtor's contact information. Either way, the company should leave your relative alone once they have determined the debtor cannot be found at that location.
If you are served with lawsuit papers from a credit card company, contact an attorney immediately. If you wait, your time to answer the petition will expire and depending on the state you live in, that credit card company can obtain a default judgment to garnish your wages or your checking/savings accounts.
Many lenders look at credit counseling as a bankruptcy. If you have debt that is managed and paid by a CCC and the agreed upon repayment schedule is being met then it should not effect your credit score. However, if you plan to buy a house, most mortgage lenders will turn down borrowers in credit counseling.
There are many ways to encounter credit problems, not the least of which is falling victim to identity theft or being enticed by the numerous low-interest credit card offers in the mail. This information highlights some key steps to cleaning up and repairing your credit. It is not intended as legal advice.
You will default on your credit card accounts. Being an unsecured loan, there is little a credit card company can do. That is a risk credit card companies take. Regardless of why you can't pay, non-payment will result in default. The extent to which a credit card company will attempt to collect depends on whether or not they feel you have sufficient income.
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