Isn't this a felony?
@Rackbutt, if not it should be. Credit card companies are really good about fraudulent charges tho, so he wouldn’t have been out any money
@Rackbutt, people that do this are childish and pathetic.
@Rackbutt, super felonious. Theft by proxy, identity theft, fraud, and since that looks like a 5 digit number on the limit conspiracy to commit a felony resulting in over ten thousand dollars
@thrawnfett, i hope he sued her dumb ass for all that
@Rackbutt, butts don’t snitch
@seeUpee, butt they talk shjt
@Z0IDBERG, I hope he isn’t the one to sue. I want him to live a life away from that toxicity... I want the credit card company to come in with all their corporate goodness and have them sue.
@thrawnfett, don’t forget state computer crime laws. In my state this could be prosecuted as “online harassment”, which is a Class 3 felony punishable by 2-10 years in prison and a $10,000 fine.
@Rackbutt, this is absolutely a felony. Even if he gave her the card at some point, or even if he got one in her name on his account, it’s a felony to use one for purchases not approved by the account holder. (At least in my state).
@Rackbutt, very much so. It's credit card fraud.
It's not ghosting if he broke up with you.
I wonder what traits you possessed that made him break up with you
What’s the address associated with the card?
Seriously can’t she be sued for something like that?
I'd kill a hor