If I plan on quitting my job, do I need to inform my 2 credit card issuers? I don't carry a balance, I paid in full with my last bill and only charged a little bit after that. I just checked and my current charges are less than $400 and I have more than enough in savings to cover it.
I tried, I really did. I tried to ignore the boss ripping my butt on a daily basis -- my mom kept saying let it go in one ear and out the other and I realize when you're on the clock, the boss owns you and has the right to rip on you whenever he feels like it. What happened was while I had a company vehicle it was run into by an uninsured motorist. It was clearly their fault and they left the scene. When I got back, I was wrote up for damages to a company vehicle. I was then told the damages would be coming out of my paycheck and if I got mad and quit, I would be sued for the damages.
Today I told the boss to stop being such an a hole and got wrote up for counseling and anger management. I went to part of a counseling session, but didn't like where it was going so I walked out.
Tonight I got a call and I have until tomorrow morning to decide if I want to quit or be fired. The boss also said he would be expecting me to bring a check for $2,000 to cover the damages to the vehicle. Since I have no intention of paying, it looks like I'm going to get sued in addition to being jobless.
Right now I need to know, do I let my card issuers know that I no longer have an income? Do I wait a few months and see if I get another job? Would it be best to just cancel both cards with no explanation? Both cards are secured if that makes a difference.