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There is a high charge on my credit card that an exboyfrd put on without my permission. How i setle?

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Criminal charges would need to be filed if that is the case, still may not help you though on getting out of paying. I am not sure what you mean by how to settle, but I will say spend some time reading about settling first before contacting the company owed with a settlement offer and when that time comes make sure that you have the funds and are ready to pay if they accept. Don't enter payment plans and understand sometimes it may be best to stay under the radar if you can still be sued for the debt, you don't want to start rocking the boat it this is the case. As said, read on this.

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If this is recent, within a monthly billing period, then contact the credit lender and dispute the charge as a fraudulent transaction.. You will need to provide full details.  Most, or many, lenders have an area on their website to report fraud if you're signed up online.

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