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Authorize User on Credit Card

My Daughter With Excellent Credit & Long Payment History Want To add Me On Her Capitol One Credit Card As An Authorize User. I Am Thinking About It Because I Have a Capitol One Card In Collections, Will It Hurt Her If I Am Added To Her Account? How Does That Work?-Thank You!
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Re: Authorize User on Credit Card

Does Cap1 report auth users?  If so go for it.  I don't think it would hurt her as they will extend credit to people just out of BK and you wouldn't be responsible for repaying the debt, she would.
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Re: Authorize User on Credit Card

Cap1 does report AUs.
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Re: Authorize User on Credit Card

Thank You I was Nervous about that -Joinme
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Thanks! I appreciate all the replies :smileyhappy:-joinme
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