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remove credit card
my husband uses credit cards for his business and the balances are high- they show on my report-
can I have them removed?

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Did you sign for agreement?

Business and personal is probably the same in your case.

You probably signed the credit card agreement. They have your personal information, so someone gave it to them.

Time to attack these high balances. You are taking great risks. Credit card companies can increase the rates or freeze cards. Not the way to run a profitable business.

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In general, your husband's individual cards will not show on your credit report. Are you an authorized user of your husband's account? If so, have your husband call the bank to remove you as an authorized user. You have to follow up to make sure the authorized user account is taken off from your credit report because most bank don't care about it and continue to report the authorized user status to credit agencies.

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