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    Default Got My Credit Card While Overseas

    My question involves collection proceedings in the State of: Florida

    I got my credit card around 2005 or 2006 while serving in Japan. My Home of Record while in the military was Florida, and I was being taxed as a Californian (Go figure!). My question is, how does the toll work out on this if I have never even been into the USA and used my card. It is forever in toll?

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    Default Re: Got My Credit Card While Overseas

    As long as you are out of the United States, the statute of limitations will not run.

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