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If I have an open credit card account but no card and am not sure who the issueing bank is, how do I find out this information?

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Does the account show up on your Credit Report? There should be enough information even in the CKBETA Full Credit Report feature to identify the vendor that issued the card. 

From the App, click on the "Credit Report" link in the app doc at the bottom of the screen. There should be a section in the Account Mix section listing any Credit Cards. The lendor should be listed as "CAP ONE" or "BARCLAY".

From the website dashboard, you should be able to see the details under the My Accounts, "Credit Cards" section. If for some reason the card is not being reported to Transunion, you should be able to use one of the Free credit report sites to pull the other bureaus' reports and get the information.

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