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Frequently asked questions about missouri credit

  • i think it is only 3 years like what is required in high school my husband got excepted to Missouri U and he only took 3 years!!!
  • its 3 for almost all colleges but having a 4th year makes you look really good on your transcript.
  • i think its best for any college to atleast get through algebra 2, thats what most college look for, but my councelers advice to me was to go as far as you can in math without killing yourself lol, so do as much as you can(just dont kill yourself)
  • you get five crdits evry year of high school in evry subject including math
  • Its three for math and four for other core subjects.
  • As long as you attended a regionally accredited community college, the credits will transfer anywhere.
  • Call or email their admissions office and ask them. Most state universities will accept community college credits, but you want to make sure.
  • i don't be attentive to in my opinion yet my neighbor chum is taking on line direction for the time of the college of Phoenix. So, it a actual college. I only ask your self how nicely respected it may be on a resume, although, once you start up up utilising for jobs. i could desire to look into that added earlier signing up.
  • I have a relative who is threatening to take me to court. Here is the situation: About 6-7 months ago my mother in law asked me to go to the bank for her (She is 450 lbs and very lazy) so she gave me the card and the pin number and asked me to activate the card and withdraw $500 from her account and bring it back to her. Which I did. Now, some months later she is asking me to do her errands for her (grocery shopping ALL the time) literally 5 or 6 times a week with a very very long list. I have other more important things to do than take care of her so called "needs". Since I am refusing to do her errands she is threatening to have me sent to jail for credit card fraud. She plans to make the following report: "My son in law took my credit card, went to the ATM and withdrew $500.00 for himself." She plans to have the bank check the security cameras. They will show me getting the money out, that much I know. But I took the money back to her. Put it in her hands. She counted it and said "Okay, thank you." What is the statute of limitations on something like credit card fraud? I was told it is less than a year but that just doesn't seem correct. I am asking what the statute of limitations is because depending on whether it has already expired or not I will need to contact my lawyer to clear this load of crap up. I might ad my record is clean--hers is stained with plenty of false police reports and all kinds of other stuff. So, does anyone know the statute of limitations on this subject? (PS: I do not know if that's actually considered credit card fraud).
  • There is most likely time to file criminal charges but your story seems credible, and hers does not. She had $500 missing and only now gets around to reporting a theft? I wouldn't worry right now. I also wouldn't ever do this woman another favor.
  • (I'm not a MO lawyer) Looks like misdemeanor identity theft, which would be a one year statute of limitations. However, the bank wouldn't keep camera footage that long, and even if the footage was there your story is a perfectly believable explanation and the fact that she waited so long makes her lose a lot of credibility. In short, you don't really have anything to worry about. Missouri Revised Statutes Chapter 556 Preliminary Provisions (Criminal Code) 2. Except as otherwise provided in this section, prosecutions for other offenses must be commenced within the following periods of limitation: (2) For any misdemeanor, one year; 570.223. 1. A person commits the crime of identity theft if he or she knowingly and with the intent to deceive or defraud obtains, possesses, transfers, uses, or attempts to obtain, transfer or use, one or more means of identification not lawfully issued for his or her use. 2. The term "means of identification" as used in this section includes, but is not limited to, the following: (7) Personal identification (PIN) code; (2) Identity theft which results in the theft or appropriation of credit, money, goods, services, or other property not exceeding five hundred dollars in value is a class A misdemeanor;
  • Hi, my wife and I are purchasing our first house and are going to pursue the federal first time home buyer tax credit, which I think I understand. But I have heard that Missouri also has their own tax credit as well. I am just seeing if anybody know if this is a fact or not, and if so are you actually able to get both credits?
  • They have what they call Missouri Housing Development Tax Credit Advance Loan. Basically it is a loan to cover part of your down payment. The limitation is 6% of the cost of the house up to $6,750. It is a good deal and it is in addition to the Federal credit but it must be paid back. Go to www.missourifirsttimehomebuyer.com and you can read all about it.
  • Not sure what you are looking for specifically, but this link should help you out. It also gives the location in Missouri's law where you can research it more.
  • this relies upon on the account -- If there's a co-signer on the credit account, or a joint applicant while the applying became filed, then the debt transfers to the different individual. If the cardboard is owned totally by utilising the deceased, the corporate can attempt to hold mutually the debt against their sources each and every now and then, yet a lot of them will only write it off in case you deliver info of dying ( like a dying certificates.)
  • Yes. That is one of the ways creditors can try and get their money back. Please see the link below for more info about garnishments.
  • yes
  • According to this website, it's 5 years: http://www.creditinfocenter.com/rebuild/... The time runs from your last charge on the account and, if they call you and you admit you owe it, then it starts the time period running again in most states.
  • Missouri Statute Of Limitations Debt
  • This Site Might Help You. RE: missouri statute of limitations on credit card debt? does anyone know what the missouri statute of limitations is on credit card debt?
  • A credit card debt is considered an open ended account. Oral Contract: You agree to pay money loaned to you by someone or some company. This contract or agreement is verbal (i.e., no written contract, "handshake agreement" or “verbal agreement”). Verbal contracts are legal but tougher to prove in court. Written Contract: You agree to pay on a loan under the terms written in a document, which you and your creditor have signed. Promissory Note: You agree to pay on a loan via a written contract, just like the written contract. The difference between a promissory note and a regular written contract is that the scheduled payments and interest on the loan also is spelled out in the promissory note. A mortgage is an example of a promissory note. Open-ended Accounts: Open-ended accounts are usually credit cards, department store, and gas cards. They are revolving lines of credit, which means that you use credit and pay a monthly payment that usually ranges from 2% to 5% of the balance. Some attorneys argue it is written but is does not hold up in court because its revolving, which means open ended: That would be 5 Years for Missouri, 10 Years if the pricks wanna call it a written contract... Missouri Statutes of Limitation Written agreement that contemplates the payment of money or property: 10 Years, (Mo.Rev. Stat. §5l6.ll 0). NOTE: Under certain circumstances, the contractual statute of limitations may be reduced to five years. Open accounts: 5 years, (Mo. Rev. Stat. §5l6.l20). Sale of goods under the UCC: 4 years. NOTE: The statute begins to run from the date when the breach occurred for contracts and from the time of the last item in the account on the debtor's side for actions on accounts.
  • It should be 7 years.
  • Read this http://www.whychat.5u.com/States/state-m... He usually does a pretty good job of breaking down the state code in to what a normal person can understand.
  • I am torn between both! They are both accredited by Accredited by AdvancED (nationwide), The North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement (NCA CASI), the Commission on International and Trans-Regional Accreditation (CITA), and the National Private Schools Association Group. http://www.satellitehighschool.com/ http://cdis.missouri.edu/high-school.aspx SATELLITE HIGH SCHOOL IS MUCH CHEAPER $138.00 per full credit and $69.00 per half credit UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI IS $185 per full credit and $160.00 per half credit They Both Are Accredited so what difference does it make! HELP ME OUT A LITTLE PEOPLE! Thanks!
  • UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI , any day. where you graduate makes a difference, a big one for that matter
  • You really don't need any math credits for a community college. You just need your basic high school requirements done and send them your high school transcript and maybe your ACT or SAT scores so, you could get excused from taking the Compass Test. Sometimes the community college would want you to still take the Compass Test anyways. But, all you really need is to fill out the FASFA, send in your high school transcript, and to fill out the community college application. Basically, the most common math requirement for the high school requirement is High school algebra, Geometry, and Calculus(If you get that further up). I only got to High school Algebra 2 and they still accepted me because Community colleges accept anyone. If they don't accept someone then something is highly wrong with that person either academic wise or other reasons. But yeah, hoped I helped.
  • When you apply, you need to find out what credits will transfer. Ask the registrar. I believe to graduate from Mizzou as a transfer student, you only need to do your last year there (30 credit hours) or something close to that. The amount of credits you have isn't going to affect your transfer app, it's where you're coming from and the grades in those classes.
  • They typically have a set amount of credits that are needed to transfer. For example Ohio State you have to have 45 credit hours at your previous college. My advice to you is to college the Office of Admission and talk to a transfer admission advisor, they can answer your question. But id say almost impossible.
  • um 15? dang.
  • It depends how far along in the eviction process you allow it to get. If you are served a notice of eviction and don't get all the way through to the unlawful detainer, then probably no. Most of the evictions that I have seen on credit has been the money judgment awarded after the entire process has been followed. If you can either pay current on your rent or move out without having the UD filed it is in your best interest to do so.
  • It doesn't matter which state you live in, the answer is yes. See below.
  • You can dispute it. If the credit bureau cannot verify it within 30 days it should be deleted. If not, negative trade lines stay on credit report for 7 years. If you pad it, it should be marked as paid.
  • Hey, My mother passed away a few years ago and had ALOT of debt. Im in england but its more than likely a similar thing there. My parents were still married, but they lived seperatly, she ran up masses of debts without my fathers knowledge, some even she put my dad as a secondary name on the credit even though he had no idea about it. After she passed away we started finding out from layers chasing her debt how much she had. Although they were still married, she lived at a different address and my dad had no knowledge of it at all so he was not liable to pay the debt back. The people who she owes money too have to proove that you had knowledge of this debt in order to make you, as next of kin, liable to pay this back. As i said im in the UK but it would probably be a similar thing over there. We have the citizens advice centre and lawyers that will give u free advice every now and then so if you have a similar thing over there, go check with them. Good Luck, i know from experience its a very difficult thing to go through.
  • CC issuer's don't like authorized users on personal credit cards. An authorized user can't be held responsible for the debt; it removes an alternate person to collect on the card should the primary default. Co-owner's can be held responsible for the debts of either party. So, be sure to check your status on the account. If you are a co-owner (most likely), your credit can be damaged if you wait for your wife's estate to settle the debt. If the bill has both names on it, you are a co-owner for sure. But that doesn't say that if your name is not on the bill, you are an authorized user. If you are truly an authorized user, then your wife's estate pays the debt (and all other debts) before the estate is transferred to her heirs. Missouri is a common law state (vs community property state). My understanding is that her debts are her debts, your debts are your debts before marriage. After marriage, it may be more in line with community property (both own the debt). You should check with an attorney that is versed on Missouri law.
  • If you are only an authorized user, then no, you personally are not. However, any property NOT in your name goes to an estate, which pays the bills before paying out.
  • If these were joint accounts and/or you were married then her estate will be responsible for paying off the cards before any assets transfer to you. As a practical matter you are responsible if the card was joint and it came to your address.
  • Her estate is. So, if she had any assets (life insurance etc) you would have to take the proceeds and pay the credit cards.
  • I suggest you http://lifeplanz.com I was looking for same answer last day on answers.yahoo.com but i browsed for an hour and got best solution over there. I hope this helps!
  • The best place to look it up is in your state's statutes, that is what dictates the statute of limitations. According to this website http://www.fair-debt-collection.com/SOL-... Missouri Statutes of Limitation Written agreement that contemplates the payment of money or property: 10 Years, (Mo.Rev. Stat. §5l6.ll 0). NOTE: Under certain circumstances, the contractual statute of limitations may be reduced to five years. Open accounts: 5 years, (Mo. Rev. Stat. §5l6.l20). Sale of goods under the UCC: 4 years. NOTE: The statute begins to run from the date when the breach occurred for contracts and from the time of the last item in the account on the debtor's side for actions on accounts.
  • A credit card is considered an "open ended account" by US Code definition. Which is where Echo was getting the 5 year SOL. ------- TITLE 15 > CHAPTER 41 > SUBCHAPTER I > Part A > § 1602 § 1602. Definitions and rules of construction(i) The term “open end credit plan” means a plan under which the creditor reasonably contemplates repeated transactions, which prescribes the terms of such transactions, and which provides for a finance charge which may be computed from time to time on the outstanding unpaid balance. A credit plan which is an open end credit plan within the meaning of the preceding sentence is an open end credit plan even if credit information is verified from time to time. -------- Now there are lawyers who will attempt to claim that it is a written contract. Which in MO does have a 10 year Statute of Limitations as compared to an open account which has 5. If you are being sued you would have to use this definition to prove it is an open account and then that you are outside of the 5 year SOL. The SOL can be reset and would be reset to the time of the last payment, it could also be reset if you at any time made a written promise to pay.
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