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how do i delete my wife from credit data

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If you and your wife have joint accounts or are authorized users on each other's accounts, it is not unusual for those accounts to be listed on your credit report. As Addison170 mentioned, you will need to be removed from those accounts to have them removed from your report.

If there is additional information related to your wife on your credit report you may need to file a dispute with the credit bureaus to have that information removed. You can read more about the dispute process here: https://www.creditkarma.com/article/dispute-credit-report-errors

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If your wife is on any of your joint accounts, then you'd have to remove her from the accounts first.   If you are on any of hers, same needs to be done.

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