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Authorized user question

Hi,

 

I am an authorized user on my daughter's JCP card. When I applied for one I got one too. Is it possible to remove my name as authorized user from my daughter's card?

 

Chanduwar

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Re: Authorized user question


Chanduwar wrote:

Hi,

 

I am an authorized user on my daughter's JCP card. When I applied for one I got one too. Is it possible to remove my name as authorized user from my daughter's card?

 

Chanduwar


Your daughter should be able to call them and request to have you removed.

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Re: Authorized user question

Q for the OP: Do you know if your card has a start date of 1) when YOU got your own card or 2) when YOUR DAUGHTER got her original card?


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