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If you are a secondary card holder yet you have been the only user of that credit card does it mean you still have no credit history?

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If you are on the account your are building a credit history, hopefully a good one.

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No. The secondary cardholder's credit history has nothing to do with the primary cardholder's. The reason for this is even if there are two cards, there is still only one account for both cards which the primary cardholder is responsible. Jags


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If you are a joint account holder you can still use the card. The creditor should be notified of the death of the other account holder. They may simply remove the person from the account or require you to open a new account in your name. However, if you are the joint holder you are responsible for the entire amount owed on the account.


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