You are absolutely right and it is WRONG and you are also right to be concerned that he COULD well say you committed ID fraud and took his card and used it without permission. Heather is an idiot and if she EVER knowingly (she knew) let someone else sign for the CARDHOLDER she committed fraud. God now I see why someone running up anothers credit card is so damn easy!
by Rebecca - 13 hours ago
yes it is wrong. someday he may try to wiggle out of paying his debts and you'll be accused of fraud. a much easier way to solve the problem would be for the 2 of you to go down to the bank and have him add you onto his card legally. they will issue you a card with his no. on it and your name on it. the bills will still go to him & he'll still be responsible to pay them (not you), but the situation will be entirely legal. basically its an authorization for you to become an authorized user of that card. hope this helps.
by Tricia - 13 hours ago
yeah I know what you mean but Idk I let my friend do that one time. I let him sign for me because I wasn't paying attention but I mean as long as the cardholder doesn't complain about an unknown charge you should be fine, don't over think it hahaha
by remle213 - 13 hours ago
It doesn't matter who signs. I sign stuff for other people other people do it for me. I worked at retail stores and the kids would always sign for parents. Whether its okay or not todo doesn't matter there are no consequences. But once in a while you will get a place that will want to check your id to compare the card holder to you. but other then that its nothing to worry about.
by Heather - 13 hours ago
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