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    Statute of Limitations Question

    I opened a store credit card in one state and now live in another state. Are debt collectors to follow the statute of limitations for the state I lived in when I opened the card or for the state I now live in?

    #2
    I don't know for sure. But, the debt will stay on your credit report for X amount of time no matter where you live.

    You should work to pay off the debt.
    Brian

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      #3
      When you commit a crime, you are subject to the laws of the locale where you were at the time. So if you were living in New York when you defaulted on a debt, you are subject to New York law no matter where you live now.

      Just avoid the problem and pay your debts.
      Steve

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        #4
        Originally posted by Troym View Post
        I opened a store credit card in one state and now live in another state. Are debt collectors to follow the statute of limitations for the state I lived in when I opened the card or for the state I now live in?
        Don't try to find an excuse to not pay what you owe. Pay on the card and yes you owe it.
        Gailete
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