What to do if I got a credit card and named my fiancé as an authorized user but he ran over our credit limit without my knowledge and has no intention of paying it back?

I need help on getting out of this debt. What can I do?

Asked on January 24, 2013 under Bankruptcy Law, North Carolina

Answers:

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Answered 7 years ago | Contributor

Your issue is with your finance' at this point in time and not your credit card company. I would immediately call and write your credit car company advising it that your fiance' is not authorized to charge on your credit card. As to getting your fiance' to pay off this debt, that is your challenge.


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