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If he had his own card as a signatory/authorized user, why didn't he use his own card, then?
Using his own card (same number, different name, similar to a joint account) while still an authorized user shouldn't be something anyone can press charges for (unless he racked up charges on the account and didn't bother paying it off and is making his father accountable).
Using his DAD'S card which is HIS DAD'S and NOT HIS OWN even though he is an Authorized User is yet another story entirely as that could potentially fall under credit card fraud depending on what the details are.
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