Usually, if a credit card is good, meaning funds are available and this applies to prepaid cards as well as the usual ones, the bank will stop processing charges for a few reasons. 1. Unusual activity - out of state and never been used out of state before. 2. Over charging - Spending limits exceed the normal history for the card user. 3. And this is a new one. Prepaid cards only. Funds were not applied at the time of transaction and are pending. Call the 800 # on the back of the card and get hold of Customer Service. But you better be the card holder and have all the answer to their 100 questions to prove it's you.
Notify them that the credit card was stolen to the credit card company and dispute all the charges on the credit card. You would also have to file a police report if the credit card was stolen. The credit card company must investigate the charges.
A credit card company can be sued if the company puts the charge on your bill. It is a civil matter and would be taken to small claims court.
Not without the consent of the credit card company. Your father may be able to add you as an authorized user, but he would be responsible for any charges if you couldn't make the payments.
If you are an authorized user of another persons credit it has no effect on your credit at all. It will not raise nor lower your score. The credit card company simple issues you a card with your name on it and then holds the person who holds the credit with them responsible for any charges you make.
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Credit card companies charge companies a sale percentage of the purchase price on every credit card purchase. Often smaller companies will not accept credit cards to avoid these charges, whereas bigger companies will pay them to open up to more potential business.
If it is a corporate card I would imagine it is in the name of the company and not your name. If that is the case it shouldn't impact your credit.
The best way to deal with office corporate credit card fraud would be to discreetly check up on the transactions listed on the credit card from that individual and discuss these possible fraudulent charges with that person.
The company absolutely can file charges. The crime would be considered theft. Depending on the amount of money, the charges could be upgraded to grand theft. You got that! The DA can be the one that deceides it needs to be filed and pushed. So even if the company wants to back down, it is out of their hands after a certain point. If it is big enough or just no remorse, or responsibility has been shown, the DA may want it bad!