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Reporting to Credit Bureau Authorized user
Quick question if possible. I have my own cards and recently I got 2 more cards where I am authorized user.

Visa Signature Capital One indeed asked primary user my complete information, First, Last name, B date and Social.
Yet Second one CITI Double Cash have't asked anything. Simply First and LAst name.

So I am looking at my Credit Report and I do see Capital One card as Authorized user, and I do not see CITI card. IS there a reason why and can I call citi and asked them to add me, or I shouldn't do it. My main goal is with this high-end cards get overall utilization to go down and get my score up.

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Not all creditors report for AU's.  No idea if Citi does or not but you'd need to contact them to verify.

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If you have your own cards then don't rely on being an AU.

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