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Which credit cards report authorized users to credit bureaus

Does anyone know which credit card companies report authorized users to the credit major credit reporting companies? I have found so many varying answers online and I have asked two credit card companies if they do and the cust service reps don't even seem sure!

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Re: Which credit cards report authorized users to credit bureaus

I know that Amex and GE does for sure.  I have my GF as an AU on my AMEX, and I'm an AU on her Banana Republic CC through GECRB. 

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Capital one does as well
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Re: Which credit cards report authorized users to credit bureaus

I am AU on my fiancee's Chase Freedom card, and it is reporting.

 

She is AU on my Discover IT card, and it is reporting as well.

Goal: 740, Current Scores: EX ~680, EQ ~730, TU ~700, total credit $80k, utilization %1.

Discover IT $8000, Overstock.com $7600, Sallie Mae $7500, Citi Double Cash $6300, Ebates Visa $6000, Walmart MasterCard $6000, Home Depot $5502, Amazon Store $5000, Chase Amazon Visa $3500, Chase Freedom $3200, Sportsman's Guide $2950, Victoria's Secret $2350, Barclay Rewards $1000, OCCU Beaver $500. AU: AMEX BCE $13000, AMEX Blue $1000, Chase Freedom $2500.
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Re: Which credit cards report authorized users to credit bureaus

I only know of the cards that I have and they all report AU. Barclay, Cap One, NFCU


>Starting Score: EQ 517 TU 514 EX 517 (5/15/2012) Bankruptcy discharge 6/2012
Current Score: EQ 659 TU 633 EX 654
Goal Score: 700

What's in my wallet: Navcheck $15k, NFCU cashrewards $10k, CO Platinum $1.5k CO Rewards $2.5k, Barclay NFL $2k, CO Sparks Biz $2k AU CO $750, Barclay $1k, NFCU $3k
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Re: Which credit cards report authorized users to credit bureaus


colindidit wrote:
Capital one does as well

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