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  1. "NOT NEW... Check out a few other posts about the same thing" Those words of wisdom come from GEORGE. You kill me, GEORGE.
  2. There is contractual responsibility when you accept the terms of the Amex card agreement. Read it some time. Slight problem here, I can add an AU without them even knowing it. Problem #2, I can add a minor as an AU. Nice. Contracting with a minor is not something I'd recommend. The minor can void or rescind the contract. Of course, the minor will be on the hook for "necessaries" that are purchased. Beyond that, though, that's about the extent of the minor's liability. (And, yes, if the minor reaches the age of majority, and continues to use the card thereafter, then the contract will be deemed ratified, which would put the minor on the hook for all previous purchases.)
  3. There is contractual responsibility when you accept the terms of the Amex card agreement. Read it some time. Slight problem here, I can add an AU without them even knowing it. CORRECT-A-MUNDO While true, it's a rather moot issue -- especially if the AU doesn't even know he or she is an AU. An AU that makes purchases, however, is on the hook.
  4. There is contractual responsibility when you accept the terms of the Amex card agreement. Read it some time. Slight problem here, I can add an AU without them even knowing it. And see the other responses. Likely the AU would not know about the card. Thus, the AU would not make any purchases.
  5. There is contractual responsibility when you accept the terms of the Amex card agreement. Read it some time.
  6. Bold, red, and in caps. Just in case someone isn't paying close attention.
  7. My Chase Freedom card -- with the old benefits -- is alive and well: $250 Chase Freedom Cash Check In Stock Yes 11/10/2009 11/24/2009 1 200.00 200.00 When you get $200 in cash rewards, you can redeem for $250 in cash. Nice.
  8. Best of luck to you, Gary. I hope everything turns out well. And if you ever do need that lawyer, he is on notice. He's a really nice guy. You could do a lot worse. Take care.
  9. No. He killed him. Ignore this one. I signed into the wrong "creditmatters" accounts. Signed up for this screen name back in the day when Drab was stalking me. Haha.
  10. By the way, the attorney, Brian Canupp (the person I named above), has a lot of experience with SSA litigation. That's his world. Sounds like OP could use some professional help.
  11. OP, you might want to contact an attorney. I know an attorney who lives in your neck of the woods. His name is Brian Canupp. Lexington offices - 859.977.3820. Paris office: 859.988.9658. Tell him what's going on. Perhaps he can give you some good advice. I'll let him know that you "might" call.
  12. I don't. He was poor. Then he was wealthy rich. Now he's broke again. No need to feel sorry for him. That's life.

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