admin wrote: Please explain to me how this is spam? This is the success stories forum and the perfect place for this type of post. It does not contain any links to any 3rd party sites.
This topic will not be removed as it's one of many success stories I like to see.
LL23788 wrote: now what else can I expect from clixsense, all surveys no longer work as usual, I am tired of collecting only $ 3 in one month and then taking some of it for reasons that are not clear, I do surveys, tasks are not without capital, this really in vain, the problem first with paypal, payza and others I also became a victim and loss of time, internet fees, tired of thinking, energy too but did not feel appreciated, the more saturated and lazy I was in the end, and the stronger my desire to stop and forget this futile and tedious and tedious work, now if it is issued as a member it's up to me, I am tired of always being harmed and feeling cheated, whether I have to talk or let alone I have run out of words
shadecat wrote: In my state a woman is not responsible for her husbands bills. Or at least it was that way when my cousins husband passed away with heart trouble. As far as I know it is currently that way. Hospitals won't tell you that because they are all about money. It is a general rule that you are not responsible for paying off your spouses medical debt. If you have credit card debt with both of your names on the account you would have to pay that. The cost of medical care has gotten outrageously expensive!
Is a widow liable for husband's debts?
Spouses are only responsible for each other's community property debts, which are bills incurred during the course of the marriage. Spouses are not responsible for each other's separate debts, however. ... You do not have to pay your deceased spouse's debts after he or she dies.
Keep separate accounts!
rajukurup wrote:valerie wrote: I don't know what people are going to do.
My husband passed away a year ago this month.
His surgery/hospital was almost one million dollars.
oh' really stunned on seeing this amount t. What was his illness madam?