Ok, I got a little out of control playing on my wifes Bodog account the other night and lost $1111 from her credit card. A few days later after reality set in I disputed the charges as fraud with my CC. They took off the charges and today I got some emails from Bodog saying that they will send to collections and report to credit agencies. I do not want my wifes credit to get affected. I am fmailiar with disputing charges with the bureaus and I will dispute in writing when I hear from the collection agency. Can they put a gambling debt on credit report? (they try to get around the law by saying it was a "phone comany")
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