New York’s Statute of Limitations for Credit Card Debt
New York's Statute of Limitations for Credit Card Debt
If you're one of the millions of Americans with credit card debt, you may be wondering about the statute of limitations for credit card debt in your state. While the statute of limitations can vary from state to state, in New York, the statute of limitations for credit card debt is six years.
This means that if you have unpaid credit card debt that is more than six years old, your creditors can no longer sue you or attempt to collect the debt from you. However, this does not mean that your debt is forgiven - your creditors can still try to collect it from you through other methods, such as calling you or sending collection letters.
If you're struggling with unpaid credit card debt, it's important to understand your rights and options.
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