Hello and thank you for the question.
It may not do so. If the card was not activated, it is not usable.
No transactions or advances may happen until activated and duly authorized.
Often when this happens, it is the result of misuse or fraud
Is that clear and acceptable?
If I can clarify anything, of course, ask me
5/3 sent me a duo mastercard which I never activated. when my mortgage came due and my checking account did not have sufficient funds, they use this credit card as a cash advance, but it was never activated by me.
They could not do that
without your consent and activation
it was improper and illegal.
thank you. so what do I do?
You contest the charge
do it in writing by certified mail
and advise you never activated or authorized the advance
and you are not obligated for this improper conduct
I wish you the best.
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