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caubocaibia : Where or how can I find out the weight of them?


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UnillaUrids : If you have it wear them, but be careful if you just got the earrings wash them with warm water, and after washing them wash them with alcohol, this helps to prevent the bacterias.Good-Luck =)
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BUYINGEFFEXOR : If a 13 year old wants to help out and go buy groceries, can their parents give them their credit card to buy the groceries? Or is that illegal?
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kakaoleokd : It really depends on who the cashier is I think,but they should be able to because if a 13 year old had a credit card they wouldn't buy groceries if they had stolen it :P
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sageseepamb : Credit card can only be used by it's owner - if it's chip and pin bank does not allow you disclose pin to anyone else and if you do you're liable for any misuse if it's lost/stolen. If a signature required yours won't match the one on card and you might find yourself under suspicion of having wrongly obtained the card
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chopilborgorb : Technically illegal.
First the parent has to call the credit card company and make that child an
Authorized User on the account.
If you plan on using a credit card, you should also consider getting a state issued ID.
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seettyDoums : Im only 15 and saw some of my friend which is younger than me with a credit card and pay pal, my friends buy stuff on ebay with pay pal which is wierd i thought you have to be 18 and over but i really need my own credit card, so how old do people need to be to get a credit card??
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Esonosmeansic : I thought you had to be 18. They made me be 18 to get a cedit card plus my mom had to co sign. Im not sure about pay pal.
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jtopwarezv : You have to be 18 to have your own (both PayPal account and credit card). However; you can have a PayPal account if you're at least 13 as long as it's linked to your parent's PayPal account. Perhaps that's what your friend has.

You can also be added to your parent's credit card if they choose to do so. Not a lot of parents want to do that for a teenager, since they are the ones who are ultimately responsible for the bill.

Another thing that your friend might have is a debit card with a Visa or MasterCard logo on it. Again, you'd have to have parental permission at your bank, but they're more likely to allow this since you'd be spending your own money.
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Illishgighemo : Your friend is wrong. As long as you make at least the minimum payment on time, the card will report the payment as on time to the credit bureau. Of course, if you pay less than the full balance, you will be charged interest. The best way to handle any credit card is to pay the statement balance in full every month. That builds your credit and avoids interest.

Chances are your friend's sister either did not use the card on a regular basis -- having a card and not using it does NOTHING for your credit. Or that one card was the only thing on her credit report resulting in a very limited credit history. One card for 2 or 3 years would be considered limited and car loans or other large loans would still require a co-signer.
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