Are there any zero interest credit cards?
Can a lien from a credit card company on your home result in you having to sell your home?
If I stop paying on an unsecured credit card debt what can they take from me?
What can they do in the state of North Carolina if I stop paying my credit card bill?
What is the best way to pay down credit card debt that is over 10,000?
What is the Georgia law concerning someone stealing your credit card?
Will you be notified of a judgment for a credit card debt?
Yes, you are legally obligated to pay any debts on unsecured credit cards. They let you borrow the money on the expectation that you would pay them back. This is not free money. Not paying a debt can lead to a lawsuit and garnished wages.
Yes, unsecured debts have to be paid. Changes in bankruptcy law do not allow most filers to have unsecured credit cards discharged. In addition, you may be sued if you fail to pay.
Yes, you have to pay these debts. However, if you do not pay these debts the credit card company, the lender, cannot repossess items purchased on the credit cards.
Unsecured credit companies may not confinscate any goods purchased. They can sue you, use ordinary collection techniques, and report you to the credit bureau.
Yes, you always have to pay unsecured credit cards. Not doing so will damage your credit score. You are still legally responsible for this debt.
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