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Does AU = Participant on account???

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Does AU = Participant on account???

I was just reviewing my newest credit report and I see that a store card has me listed as "participant on account" rather than authorized user. The wording concerns me because it sounds more like a joint account. I never applied for credit with them, but I was added as an AU.


Last app 3/21/13
EQ 658 (5/28/13)
TU 608 (5/1/13)
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Re: Does AU = Participant on account???

I'm sure it is just different wording for an AU account.
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