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      skippy1965 Cynthia
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      Registered On: August 25, 2015
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      Many banks/creditors require a SSN for authorised user cards but Chase does not. Cynthia has three cards and her name appears as an aka on my credit report lol.
      Cyn

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      Kim Dahlenbergen
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      Registered On: November 18, 2019
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      One of life’s ironies is that the name on my birth certificate, drivers license and pretty much every other legal document is ‘kimberly’.

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      Michaela Anthony
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      Registered On: December 29, 2021
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      This is good news to those who need or want that accommodation. Honestly it had never phased me using my male name when purchasing items and the feeling has only grown with me over time.  Being bold in “owning it” or maybe just too old to care I guess but it’s really a liberating feeling to not care about such things.  🙂

      *** Kayla ***

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      Angela Booth
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      Some years back, I can’t recall how many ,I had thoughts of getting a card in my femme name. I applied to my card company and, in the days where you talked to a human, I asked if I could have a second card attached to my main account in my femme name although I didn’t state I was trans but said it was for my partner. I got one there and then. I am not sure how this pans out these days with fraud and money laundering but have never had it questioned. In recent years I let my bank advisor know I was trans but hadn’t changed my name. She said that my bank card could have the title taken off and only initial for my forename used with my surname making it gender neutral.

      Any store cards or membership cards aren’t an issue. 

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      Eileen Bach
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      As long as the credit rating is legit and bills are paid, the actual name on the card is not important.

      When my husband started ordering items on-line, in due time, catalogs, junk mail, and credit card offers addressed to Terri soon arrived. Submitting one offer, a call came to our home since ‘Terri’ has no credit history. His answer was that ‘that’s the name I use when ordering clothing’. The card was approved.

      Terri also has her own checking account. The account and deposits are in his name, checks were ordered in her name.

      Credit cards are not a legitimate form of ID anyway, nice that MC is finally getting on board.

      Hugs, Eileen

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        Tina Que
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        Apparently this has been available in USA for a couple years but is only now available in Canada. I would hope that only the name on the card is the chosen name but the name attached to the account is your given name to maintain credit rating and such.

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          Eileen Bach
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          Apparently, the credit rating is attached to your Social Security number. That’s why Terri got a call, the SS#  on the application did not match any living person with that name. Especially not any female as she checked on the form.

          Hugs, Eileen

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