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This sounds like a scenario I just exited from. My ex was a "authorized user" on TEXACO.IN real world terms, that means she uses I pay. When we split, I knew that if I tried to get money from her for this ( %rate 25.77% - late 120 days),that would require - - contact. I sat down and weighed the $2000 at 25.77% or the piece of mind to not have to see her monthly or the "i don't have it now" routine and resigned to pay it off and let it be a lesson to myself. we went our seperate ways - I still continue to work and in 05/00 paid it off finally after 16 months. I graduated in may from college and calling the company was nice, very nice!
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