So about a month ago my wallet was stolen with my state id, debit card, and insurance card inside it. I thought I'd go get a new instate id (moved from Texas to Washington a few months ago and hadn't gotten an instate id yet), turns out the birth certificate and social security card my grandparents handed...
I didn t give him my pin or the number on the back of the card. It was an indian guy too. He kept asking me if I had another card available. Am I in trouble?
I have 8 bills totaling $75 a piece, which I had NO IDEA was not being covered by my insurance at the time and now I’m getting a call from a debt collector. Can they garnish me for these if I don’t pay them? I figure it’s a lot of money and if they don’t garnish me then why pay 8 x 75 for these bills?
The beginning of this 2018 year I got a car that I would be paying monthly for and pay the insurance monthly for. Before that I didn’t have credit and I don’t have a credit card. But by paying this monthly am I still building up credit?
And if they do, would I still have to pay off my Sear's credit card?
I just applied for a credit card and got it approved, my father states that I need to build my credit. I asked him why, and he said i will need to have good credit if I want to buy a house, a car, etc. I asked him, what is the point of building credit if I can just use a debit card to pay all that stuff off instead...
It's not a bad idea but that went out of business over 70 years ago when we had constables
So I got a credit card with a 1500 limit and I want to use it to buy myself a gaming laptop that’s 1300, is that ok to do with the credit card? To spend my limit
If you don't pay in full, then the FULL amount of interest for your purchase will be added to the card. (Not just interest for the balance remaining - ALL the interest that would have applied if you had not used a promo)
Even though it won't leave you much in savings, it is better to pay off the card and...
I want to cancel my debit card to avoid paying monthly for an offer I signed up. They took my debit card details and had me sign the contract. I tried contacting them to stop the recurring payment. If I cancel my debit card, will they still be able to charge?