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what advice can you offer for someone termianlly ill unable to pay credit cards?

Asked By: ALISON malvern - 2/20/2007
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Call the companies and explain the situation. But don't worry too much, as far as I'm aware nobody becomes liable for the debt after death, it will just get written off... More
Answered By: cymraesgwyllt - 2/20/2007
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call up the card company explain the problem and send in proof if nessacary..some cc companies can waive charges for that reasons.
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Answered By: tkmarvel80 - 2/20/2007
 
If they are feeling guilty over not being able to pay, try to work with the credit companies... otherwise; why stress on the small stuff when your life is literally limited, I say screw em.... when the bill collectors begin to call, tell them... I'm sorry I am not able to pay, I'm dying!.... I bet the calls you get are... More
Answered By: appraiserjen@sbcglobal.net - 2/20/2007
 
Terminally ill? Spend like f@ck! What are they going to do - send bailiffs to heaven/hell?
Answered By: not_the_messiah1 - 2/20/2007
 
declare bancrumpcy i read it in the paper your bills get written off and start fresh the only problem after that you wont get credit or catalogues or anything like that.im only going of what i read
Answered By: gunnermarie - 2/20/2007
 
Pay off their bills and take credit out to pay for their funeral.
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Answered By: Latest Trend - 2/20/2007
 
Spend as much as the can and stuff the banks
Answered By: norfolk'n good - 2/20/2007
 
Never mind the credit cards,dont give them much thought..You go out in Debt your in front..Enjoy life ,Live up..
Answered By: P Williams - 2/20/2007
 
If you are in the UK, infortunately your debts do not die with you, your estate will be liable to pay them off, in the mean time. you must contact the CC company and explain, may be better to do this in writing rather than telephone so that you have evidence of what has been said, try not to use them any more as well... More
Answered By: Barmywoman - 2/21/2007
 
get more cards and spend more money enjoy life now
Answered By: GARETH C - 2/22/2007
 
if your terminally ill why would you even worry about being able to pay?
Answered By: Theresa M - 2/22/2007
 
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