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Thanks Dave. My two cards are already joint with DH, can you put a third person on? I don't mind letting Eldest simply build credit over time. We have to be careful to do for him what we are willing to do for his brother. While Eldest is careful with his money, Youngest has a hard time keeping it in his pants pocket...his wallet that is. I guess we don't actually have to give them a card though.

I just opt to let my kids build their own credit over time than having any joint cards with them.

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