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Old 01-19-2018, 11:10 AM   #1
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I used my boyfriends credit card with his permission and now that we broke up he is disputing purchases for fraud. Amazon was not paid for some items that were already delivered and used, and now they locked my account and are asking to be paid, am i liable?
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Old 01-19-2018, 11:13 AM   #2
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Did you pay for your purchases? i.e. did you reimburse your boyfriend?
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Old 01-19-2018, 01:15 PM   #3
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I used my boyfriends credit card with his permission and now that we broke up he is disputing purchases for fraud. Amazon was not paid for some items that were already delivered and used, and now they locked my account and are asking to be paid, am i liable?
Sure looks like it.

You placed the orders with Amazon, it's your obligation to pay for them.

Life lesson from the school of hard knocks: NEVER get financially involved with boyfriends.
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I used my boyfriends credit card with his permission and now that we broke up he is disputing purchases for fraud. Amazon was not paid for some items that were already delivered and used, and now they locked my account and are asking to be paid, am i liable?
Well it is a lie to dispute them for fraud.
A police report could even be filed against HIM for fraud and the filing of a false report.

He can try to sue you in small claims but he should not be saying the purchases were done by fraud!
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Well it is a lie to dispute them for fraud.
A police report could even be filed against HIM for fraud and the filing of a false report.
How does THAT get proved? It can't be and she'll still end up in hot water.

As Jack said, in a bf/gf relationship these types of financial dealings should not be going on.
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How does THAT get proved? It can't be and she'll still end up in hot water.

As Jack said, in a bf/gf relationship these types of financial dealings should not be going on.

Did you ever hear of something called a court proceeding?
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Did you ever hear of something called a court proceeding?
Sure.

The OP is free to pay for her stuff and then sue her ex for reimbursement if the use of the credit card was meant to be a gift.

If it wasn't meant to be a gift then she would have had to have paid him when the bill came in. Why didn't she pay him? And why didn't she pay him since the breakup? I doubt that he started seeking the chargeback on the day of the breakup. Maybe she just reneged on paying him.
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Did you ever hear of something called a court proceeding?
You're certainly naive aren't you.
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