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Card replacement i lost my credit cards an called the issurer and they sent out new ones 11 days ago and im accuring late fees as im typing i need my money what do i do ,can i bill the card issuer,cause they 3 to 5 buisines day for divlivery wheres the card

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If something on the contract says that issuer is liable for late deliveries of the cards then go ahead and sue them, but if not , it was not their fault that you lost your cards and maybe you can go to the issuer and find a way that may be able to help you with your payments by providing you with the new card's account number so you can make your payments while the cards are in the mail or delivery.

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I do not know where your card is, how would I ever know that?
Phone the people sending the cards, not the insurer. Ask when they sent them and if they should have arrived by now. Check the address they sent them to is correct.

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