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i have ccard debt in FL never paid on that subject

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i have ccard debt in FL never paid on that subject to criminal prosecution.
Can I be deported from UAE to US because of that.I am Macedonian citizen currently in Dubai.
Welcome! My goal is to do my very best to understand your situation and to provide a full and complete answer for you.

Hi there. First, this is not a criminal issue; rather, it is a civil issue and you have no risk of criminal prosecution for this. Second, you no longer owe the debt. Pursuant to Fla. Stat. Ann. § 95.011 et. seq., the statute of limitations on a credit card debt is 4 years. Beyond that period, the statute of limitations gives you an absolute defense to any obligation to pay this debt. If any collection agency contacts you regarding this, send them a certified, return receipt requested letter explaining that statute of limitations has run, that as a result you no longer owe this debt and demand they immediately cease and desist all further efforts to contact you and/or anyone else to collect this debt. Inform them that any efforts to do otherwise will constitute a violation of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and that you will report each and every violation to the Federal Trade Commission. Each violation carries at least a $1,000 fine, so that should be the end of things for you.

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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

As I remember it was card with secure limit of 500 $ but overdrafted

to approx 3500 $.How the bank agrees to honor the transactions.

Is any risk of fraud case.What in that case?Ban to enter US,tracked


Thanks so much for your clarification. No, you need not worry! Any statute of limitations under any claim that could have been filed against you as run and so at this point, you would have a defense against any possible claims...fraud or otherwise.
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Customer: replied 3 years ago.
What if the bank win in absentia?
What is SOL on judgements?
Can they track worldwide my funds?
Can I re-open the lawsuit?
They have to be able to serve you with the summons. The SOL on a Florida judgment is 20 years. They conceivably could, but they will not. You would be able to appeal.