Jsub wrote:lol thank u for ur responses regarding my gremlin child and bad parenting. If u had any laws or regulations to cite it would have been a bit more helpful instead of opinions on parenting.
I suppose the parents of kids that commit school shootings or suicide are also bad parents ? Love the logic here :-)
Anywho there is a fiduciary responsibility that the bank must uphold due to federal laws regardless of inhouse policies. I cited federal law from an attorney msg board and cases the parent is not legally nor liable for charges made. Can always be fought regardless of bank policy they still must adhere to federal guidelines. So for future reference if anyone with gremlins has it happen to them read this post ; u will not be held responsible regardless of ur first answers from corporate. Google is ur friend use it and get ur charges taken care of.
Thanks for all the answers helpful ones and not
Quit tryin to fool people
You think that if this was true, what's to stop people from telling their kids, hey, I just *cough*cough* happen to leave my jacket here with my ccs, with you, while I go bathroom b/c I don't want any splash back.. Stay here in front of the vending machine of ps3s, game boys, beats, etc and don't go anywhere !!
Than later on, surprise surprise, there's a charge on there you don't recognize, and hey, my kid had a new PS3 but I don't know where that came from but the charge is "unauthorized" and therefore, I ain't paying for it even it turns out my kid did it and benefits from it
Because in your state if your child, under 18, hot wired a car and drove someone down and crushed their legs, you won't be liable for the damages your kid made because, it's your kid that did it and yes it was your car but it is "unauthorized"
Hopefully no one reading ur thread would be stupid enough to try and pull this type of scam and expect it to go through
It's not bad parenting, it's lesson learned, unless you let your kid off the hook without working to make up for what he took so easily for granted, probably not comprehending the depth of what he did, than that would be bad parenting.