supplemental credit card

April 2nd, 2006 by Questions

I was reading a recent posting on this site concerning liabilty for a supplemental credit card .I have a few supplemental credit cards.The primary card holder is in default .The past post explained that it was rare to see a creditor go after the money from a supplemental card holder.Should I be worried ? The primary card holder did not go bankrupt.She simply stopped paying because she did not have the money to pay. Her circumstances makes it impossible for the creditor to collect now or ever. I tried to read the cardholder agreement but I am not a lawyer and have no idea what they are talking about. do you think they will ask me for the money ? I am not a co-applicant or co-signer for the credit card .

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April 03, 2006 at 11:29 am, Barton Goth, GCO Inc. Bankruptcy Trustees said:

The more purchases you personally made on this card the greater likelihood you will have to be concerned. Typically if you rarely used the card this really doesn’t become much of an issue.

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