Have you ever had a bill in your name before you were old enough to have a bill ?
I remember many years ago when parents would put a light bill (or other bill) in their children's name long before they were old enough to have a bill. It was their way of trying to keep the lights on after they had been turned off.
No i hadn't. In some nation it is not permitted to raise any utility service request by a person under the age as specified by relevent sections of law of such land.
Around here you practically have to give blood to get a utility contract. You have to present 2 forms of identification and they run a credit check. I do know of someone though that applied for a credit card in their child's name because they had the same name. The child was a teenager. The father ran up a huge bill and never paid on it, ruining the credit of the child before the child was even old enough to have credit.
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