πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡ Credit Card Statute of Limitations for ALL 50 STATES πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡

⚑⚑⚑ DISCLAIMER ⚑⚑⚑. I don’t make any guarantees that the information below is correct.
β€’ Alabama: six years for written contracts and claims based upon an account stated, and three years for non-written contracts;
β€’ Alaska: three years for written contracts and three years for non-written contracts;
β€’ Arizona: six years for written contracts or if debt founded on a credit card and three years for non-written contracts;
β€’ Arkansas: five years for written contracts and three years for non-written contracts;
β€’ California: four years for written contracts, account stated, and open book account, and two years for non-written contracts;
β€’ Colorado: six years for written contracts and six years for non-written contracts;
β€’ Connecticut: six years for written contracts and three years for non-written contracts;
β€’ Delaware: three years for written contracts and three years for non-written contracts;
β€’ District of Columbia: three years for written contracts and three years for non-written contracts;
β€’ Florida: five years for written contracts and four years for non-written contracts;
β€’ Georgia: six years for written contracts and four years for non-written contracts;
β€’ Hawaii: six years for written contracts and six years for non-written contracts;
β€’ Idaho: five years for written contracts and four years for non-written contracts;
β€’ Illinois: ten years for written contracts and five years for non-written contracts;
β€’ Indiana: six years for written contracts for money and six years for non-written contract;
β€’ Iowa: ten years for written contracts and five years for non-written contracts;
β€’ Kansas: five years for written contracts and three years for non-written contracts;
β€’ Kentucky: fifteen years for written contracts executed on or before July 15, 2014; ten years for written contracts executed after July 15, 2014; and five years for non-written contracts;
β€’ Louisiana: ten years for written contracts; ten years for non-written contracts; three years for an action on money lent or an open account.
β€’ Maine: six years for written contracts and six years for non-written contracts;
β€’ Maryland: three years for written contracts and three years for non-written contracts;
β€’ Massachusetts: six years for written contracts and six years for non-written contracts;
β€’ Michigan: six years for written contracts and six years for non-written contracts;
β€’ Minnesota: six years for consumer debt; six years for written contracts; six years for non-written contracts;
β€’ Mississippi: three years for written contracts and three years for non-written contracts;
β€’ Missouri: ten years for written contracts and five years for non-written contracts;
β€’ Montana: eight years for written contracts and five years for non-written contracts;
β€’ Nebraska: five years for written contracts and four years for non-written contracts;
β€’ Nevada: six years for written contracts and four years for non-written contracts;
β€’ New Hampshire: three years for written contracts and three years for non-written contracts;
β€’ New Jersey: six years for written contracts and six years for non-written contracts;
β€’ New Mexico: six years for written contracts and four years for non-written contracts;
β€’ New York: six years for written contracts and six years for non-written contracts;
β€’ North Carolina: three years for written contracts and three years for non-written contracts;
β€’ North Dakota: six years for written contracts and six years for non-written contracts;
β€’ Ohio: effective September 28, 2012, eight years for written contracts for money and six years for non-written contract;
β€’ Oklahoma: five years for written contracts and three years for non-written contracts;
β€’ Oregon: six years for written contracts and six years for non-written contracts;
β€’ Pennsylvania: four years for written contracts and four years for non-written contracts;
β€’ Rhode Island: ten years for written contracts and ten years for non-written contracts;
β€’ South Carolina: three years for written contracts and three years for non-written contracts;
β€’ South Dakota: six years for written contracts and six years for non-written contracts;
β€’ Tennessee: six years for written contracts and six years for non-written contracts;
β€’ Texas: four years for written contracts and four years for non-written contracts;
β€’ Utah: six years for written contracts and four years for non-written contracts;
β€’ Vermont: six years for written contracts and six years for non-written contracts;
β€’ Virginia: five years for written contracts and three years for non-written contracts;
β€’ Washington: six years for written contracts and three years for non-written contracts;
β€’ West Virginia: ten years for signed written contracts and five years for other contracts;
β€’ Wisconsin: six years for written contracts and six years for non-written contracts;
β€’ Wyoming: ten years for written contracts and eight years for non-written contracts.