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There's a statute of limitations for credit card debt

There's a point where you can no longer be sued for credit card debt

Dave fell behind on his credit card payments. The card issuer closed his account a couple of years ago.

Now he's getting calls from debt collectors.

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Dave asks: Is there a statute of limitations for credit card debt?

There is, but it varies from state to state. It also doesn't necessarily mean that debt collectors will go away.

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