Question on debt and credit card

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Question on debt and credit card

Postby ashleyb2007 » Mon Jun 01, 2015 5:24 pm

Just wondering: Say you had a friend who was willing to help you with money problems. But he drains your debt and leaves you with 2 charges one on both cards. You try getting in contact with him but he has you blocked. If you have all the charge information and know his address, can you turn him into the bank system?


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Re: Question on debt and credit card

Postby takeshi » Tue Jun 02, 2015 8:21 am

You'd probably need to contact the police.

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Re: Question on debt and credit card

Postby Vermonster » Tue Jun 02, 2015 2:48 pm

takeshi wrote:You'd probably need to contact the police.


This 100%. Sucks to have to do it to a "friend" but they made the choice for you. Most banks will not proceed without a police report. It prevents people from "stealing" their friend's money as a form of fraud.

You have two choices; turn him in, or suck it up and pay.
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Re: Question on debt and credit card

Postby ashleyb2007 » Tue Jun 02, 2015 8:38 pm

Vermonster wrote:
takeshi wrote:You'd probably need to contact the police.


This 100%. Sucks to have to do it to a "friend" but they made the choice for you. Most banks will not proceed without a police report. It prevents people from "stealing" their friend's money as a form of fraud.

You have two choices; turn him in, or suck it up and pay.


Thank you both. It was something that I wanted to ask. Hasn't happened to me and hopefully never does.

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Re: Question on debt and credit card

Postby ingramjuan » Fri Jun 12, 2015 4:41 pm

For me I would just write it off and block the friend from my phone and move on. Something similar happen to me and I knew I would never collect.
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