Credit's questions - English iziqna

If it's an auto loan the lender can reposess your car. If it's a home loan, the lender can repossess your house. If it's a credit card you aren't making the payments on, the credit card company can cancel your card. But can the student loan lender repossess your education or cancel your degree?

Can I use a credit card like this?

10 answers · 1 day ago
I have credit card w $500 limit. I have to buy a fridge tomorrow, cant do it any other day. The fridge is $550 w/out tax. Could I put about $60 on the credit card to give it a “negative charge” and then put $550 on the credit card for the fridge...? I’ve seen small negative charges like $2 but wanna make sure his... show more

Is 20 credit cards too much ?

5 answers · 4 hours ago
Best answer: Hell yeah! That's just ridiculous.

I have never gone near or beyond my credit limit and I've got an option to increase it. Should I?

Possible scammer?

8 answers · 2 days ago
He ask to go to the store and buy a iTunes gift card and he can use the card as a reference number and transfer money to my PayPal. I’m not sure why but can’t he just send it to the money to my PayPal account

Best answer: Not bad, if you use them responsibly, and preferably pay them off every month.

Should I or shouldn t i?

16 answers · 5 days ago
So I hate my sis in law. Bank has been trying to reach her about her delinquent car loan.. 60 days now... should I give them her new address for them to repo the car?

I turned 18 and literally have no debt or credit why would they decline me they said I have to contact a company called experian but I don’t get it??

Best answer: If the car is at a dealer they may have a first time buyer program.

I had a rough patch in my life last year & couldn’t find a job after losing mine. I had to turn in my car since I could no longer pay it. I thought it was all settled. I moved out of my roommate’s home last year too and went back over the course of a few months to pick up my stuff little by little. Everytime I... show more

Best answer: the difference is that a debit transaction will require you to use a PIN #, whereas a credit transaction requires a's always better to have the transaction as a credit so there's no possibility of your PIN # being seen

Ok so i just activated a Bendigo Bank (AUS) Mastercard today and have tried to make some online purchases with it. But for some reason, despite me having more than enough funds in the account, it keeps declining my transactions. Is there a certain time i have to wait before i can make any transactions? i made a... show more