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Jerry lost his credit card and instead of reporting it right away, he decides to continue looking for it believing he could find it. Some time passes and after two weeks, he logs into the account activity page of his credit card and sees a recent $500 internet purchase that was made by someone else. At that moment, he calls to report his card stolen. How much of this $500 charge is Jerry at risk for having to pay?
a.$300
b. 0
c. $500
d. $50
e. $250
I pick B. Is that correct?

asked by Jamye
  1. Yes.

    posted by Reed
  2. $0

    posted by Kelsey
  3. 500

    posted by simnioe
  4. $0

    posted by matt

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