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Is contract null and void?

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Kreeativ

Junior Member
I am writing from Rhode Island. Here is my question. I recently joined a mortgage company to become a loan officer. In order to join I had to sign up with a credit card in the amount of $130. It says on the website that I joined on that there are no refunds. However, it also says in the next paragraph that the card used must have the same name and address of the person joining. I did not notice this when I joined and put the card number and name in. The name on the card is my boyfriend's name and, of course, does not match my name. I decided not to join the company after all and they told me I can not get a refund for the $130. Since the name on the card was not mine, wouldn't that make the whole thing null and void? This company has not tried to help me in any way. I would appreciate any help from anyone at this time. Thanks!! - Kreeativ
 


BelizeBreeze

Senior Member
Kreeativ said:
I am writing from Rhode Island. Here is my question. I recently joined a mortgage company to become a loan officer. In order to join I had to sign up with a credit card in the amount of $130. It says on the website that I joined on that there are no refunds. However, it also says in the next paragraph that the card used must have the same name and address of the person joining. I did not notice this when I joined and put the card number and name in. The name on the card is my boyfriend's name and, of course, does not match my name. I decided not to join the company after all and they told me I can not get a refund for the $130. Since the name on the card was not mine, wouldn't that make the whole thing null and void? This company has not tried to help me in any way. I would appreciate any help from anyone at this time. Thanks!! - Kreeativ
Of course you can. The minute you admit you committed credit card fraud :rolleyes:
 

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