Can someone with disability own their own debit card?

Best Answer:

Madison: Of course disability has nothing to do with stuff like this. If you use it irresponsibly they can take it from you and your disability will not be a valid excuse.

Other answer:

Madison:
I would suspect you really don't know what a debit card is
it is not like a credit card which you apply to get one and be approved based on your income and credit history
a debit card is attached to your bank account, and is good only for the amount of money in that bank account, if you use the debit card for something that there is no money to cover it, the sale could be denied or if processed you will have an overdraft fee on your bank account
tatilendi:
If deemed competent, I don't see why not. What's good about debit cards is that you can only use what you have in the bank so you can't spend more.
KENNETH D:
Yes disability does not equate with mental incapacity
Sharon:
of course disability has nothing to do with stuff like this… if you use it irresponsibly they can take it from you and your disability shall not be a valid excuse…
Julia:
Yea
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Gert:
I guess it would depend on their disability.
old man on the hill:
yes, if they have a bank account that allows for one
Eva:
If they have a bank account, sure.

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