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Are corporate credit cards issued by the company used for credit score calculations?

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When I had a corporate card, it never showed up on any of my credit reporting agencys.  But also there wasn't an inquiry for it.

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Just as with any card with your name

on it,  It can and will show up on your credit report.  

I have a company issued credit card with my name on it. Just like any other card with my name it appears on my credit report, even though I am not financially responsible for paying it, It is factored into my score.  The same goes with co-signing a auto loan or being a signer on someone else credit card, it will appear on your credit report and can be factored into you score. 

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Generally not. The company often considers those cards to be an expense in their income calculations.

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