Of course you need to pay the credit card bill.
Thu, 05/30/2013 - 13:51
My husband passed away in December 2012. He had 4 credit cards and I was named the authorized user for one. Had been using it for years and the payments are regular as well. Just missed single month’s payment and now received a bill from the company, with late fee and all. Do I need to pay the bill? I am not the owner, and so can I ignore it?
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