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 Pennsylvania Laws Regarding Being Sued for Credit Card Debt?

Answer The statute of limitations on credit card debt is four years in Pennsylvania. Creditors must bring legal proceedings against a debtor for past-due debt before the statute of limitations runs out or... Read More »
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What happens when you are sued over credit card debt?

If standard debt collection methods, such as letters and telephone calls, fail, a creditor has the right to file a lawsuit against the debtor. When a creditor wins a lawsuit, the court grants a jud... Read More »
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Can you be sued over a credit card debt?

A credit card company can sue you if you do not pay back your debt. A credit card company is more likely to sue you if you are more than 60 days late. If you have a cosigner on the account, the cre... Read More »
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If I'm Being Sued for Credit Card Debt, Can My Credit Report Be Used Against Me?

A credit report compiles your payment history into four sections: negative accounts, positive accounts, public records and collections. The information contained in a credit report is vital because... Read More »
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Can you go to jail for being sued for credit card debt?

In order to be put into jail or prison in the United States, a person must first be convicted of criminal activities or behavior. In the United States, it is not considered a crime to fail to make ... Read More »
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