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Will you be sue for 800 credit card charge off?


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2005-10-02 17:54:33
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Creditors have different criteria for whether or not they will engage in legal remendies to recover a debt. The amount owed is not always the main contributing factor, the creditor is more interested in how likely it is that a judgment can be enforced. If the debtor is gainfully employed it is more likely a suit will be filed in order to receive a judgment which can be executed in the form of wage or bank account garnishment.


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A charge card you have to pay the full balance at the end of the month. You can buy as much as you want, but you must pay at the end of the month. A credit card will give you a limit of $xxxx and you can pay that off over years and build the interest until you can never pay it off. So essentially you can buy a yaht with a charge card but not a credit card. The downside to the charge card is the fact that if you cant pay up in full every month, they will gut you worse than a credit card would. Also, charge cards carry an annual fee for their generous rewards points and the risk they incur by backing you.

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Yes, the term "charge off" does not indicate that the debt is uncollectible.

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It is unlikely that the limit was lowered because of the pay off. Many card issuers are pulling limits back regardless of payment history or credit history. My suggestion would be to contact the card company and ask for an explanation of the reduction.

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Yes, if he/she is licensed to practice in your state.

Charged out means you cant charge any more on your card, & the furer implications it will have is it will slowly make your credit bad credit till you pay your credit card off where their is no more out standing balanc.

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Yes, a charge-off may remain on your credit report for 7 years. Any collection agency that owns that debt may also remain on your credit report up until the original charge-off drops off after the 7 year period. If you have a credit card charged-off in August 2002, it can remain on your credit report until June 2009.

No, you cannot. They will not allow you to pay it off with a credit card.

Usually 180 days after DLA. Be advised a charge off does not indicate that the debt is not valid and subject to collection procedures.

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.

A charged off account is similar to a collection on your credit report. The creditor has written off the debt owed and closed the account. The debt is still valid though and can be collected on. The charge off will lower your credit score unless removed. You can dispute a charge off and this give the credit bureaus 30 days to verify the charge off or it must be removed from your credit report.

technically if your card has been canceled than the charge should have never been allowed from the credit card comany. If there is a charge after it was suppose to be closed than you may want to look into weather or not the credit card has really been canceled.

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No - I am a collector and service primarily unsecured credit card debt. Per the cardholder agreement that was signed with the credit card company, the account holder is often liable for a LARGER interest rate after an account goes into collections. This may not always be the case, but I rarely see credit card collections that have interest rates lower than 18%. Finance charges are not often applicable when the tradeline has been closed and charged off into collections.

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