07-21-2007 07:18 AM
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07-21-2007 04:41 PM
Lolly, lolly, lolly .... lolly's going to be stuck in my head, all night long! That and Conjunction Junction ... what's your function???
fused111 wrote:Yes, this is legal and you potentially benefit from it. The fact that your wife did this and is it legal, not sure. But after reading this post, you shouldn't care. Read on...By being an AU on your wife's dept store card and assuming there is nothing negative being reported on this card, you have a nice aging tradeline (TL) reporting on you credit reports. If however, something is negative on this tl then it will ding your score. If everything is positive, do not remove yourself as an AU. You could potentially take a major hit to your scores. By the way, do you know your FICO scores.
SavannahMan wrote:My wife openeda credit card account with a dept. store before we married. After we got married she added me to the account as an authorized user although I have never used the acccount. This account now shows up on my credit report although I did'nt sign any agreement with this company.Is this legal? and can I have it removed even though we are still married?
07-21-2007 04:42 PM
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10-15-2008 03:23 AM
I and my exwife after we got divorced,somethings happened with my credit?I have been usa more than 10 year,I did not doing anythings was wrong,please,let me know?this is first time I would like to know my credit because I had application for line credit of bank of america for pay off my home but it does work by my credit? it ok! right now I do not need anything eles,I aready pay off my house by last weed,I do need the bank anymore...you can see that,do you know me good or bad?Just myselt know about that!credit must by myselt,they checks very hard credit of every one and they go the hell! and myself is bad credit but I pay off my home by my money?I living here over 10 years,I NEVER NEED CREDIT! THANK FOR CREDIT BUT I DONOT DEED IT!
05-01-2009 03:17 PM
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