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08-02-2008 04:51 PM
See, this is what worries me... I'm going to add my husband as an AU when my Blue Cash arrives in the next few weeks. Everything I've read (and been advised on here) suggests that so long as he's never done AmEx wrong in the past, he'll be fine - but it does feel like just one more thing to worry about with AmEx. Not as though his 10%-13% current utility with MUCH higher available credit than me, and reasonably decent scores SHOULD give them anything to get twitchy about... but with AmEx, who knows?!?!?
Still, there's no point even having the Blue Cash unless we're both using it, so I'll just have to hope for the best!
08-03-2008 06:13 AM
Lance66 wrote:They do keep our "credit" lives interesting, don't they
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