Only if she is also on the account. If not, then absolutely not. You can get yourself in a heap of trouble by using the credit card of a deceased person. You must notify the credit card company of the death and close that account.
Yes, you are liable for your husbands credit card.
The deceased's estate is going to be responsible. The spouse can be held as a beneficiary of the costs and by inheriting less from the estate.
Accounts receivable is decreased with credit balance or by receiving the cash from customers.
Indirectly. The estate of the deceased husband is responsible for resolving all of his debts. Since the widow is going to be the primary beneficiary of the estate, she will inherit less because the estate has to pay the debt.
The use of a deceased person's credit card would constitute credit card fraud. Unlawful use of a credit card is a criminal offense.
No. She must get a credit card in her own name since the guarantor on the account is deceased.
A good place to start would be to contact the credit reporting agencies and request a copy of the deceased's credit report to notify the creditors.
You should call the credit card company.
Account holder deceased
Interest does not accrue on credit card debt after the card holder is deceased. It can occur however, if the spouse is on the account.
I will charge the clothes to my credit card.
You don't. You're screwed. Welcome to the world.
The annual fee of a credit card is a charge applied once yearly. This charge is the cost of having the credit card. There are many credit cards available that do not charge a fee. The credit cards that do charge a fee often offer rewards, like travel.
Bank's Insurance company
The estate of the deceased.
your credit limit
Yes, a creditor can remove a charge off from your account and your credit reports. Credit bureaus can also delete charge offs from your credit report if they are disputed and not verified.
You can have itunes charge to your credit card or buy a prepaid card either a itunes card or a prepaid credit card ...
Contact your bank or credit card company.