When you first got the credit card you signed something that set all the rules. It was probably in the fine print.
by stevepitt2 - 6 hours ago
Yes they can. Read your account agreement. It's called "right of set off".
by David14 - 6 hours ago
They may exercise their right of set-off against your accounts if you do not cooperate in establishing a payment plan. Just be honest with them and try to catch up as soon as possible. Most banks will work with you if you try to make a minimum payment. If you stonewall they will get either get a judgmentment and garnish your wages or use their right to set-off to collect the debt you owe them.
by cainvest1 - 6 hours ago
Put your checking/savings at another bank so they can not debit your accounts
by Stan - 6 hours ago
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