06-04-2019 03:19 PM
In 2010 my then husband added my name to his Best Buy credit card application. We were divorced in 2017 and since then he has let the BB credit card charge-off with a $1300 balance.
According to Experian, he started becoming delinquent on payments in October of 2018 and the account charged-off in April 2019.
My problem is that I cannot believe that I was not notified of any delinquent payments, past due balances, or the charge-off. As a legally responsible joint account holder, Best Buy should have the policy to notify all parties on the account of delinquency or past due balances. It is so unfair that I now have a charge-off on my perfect credit; credit that I have worked for years and years on keeping pristine.
When I called the customer service number and balance collection number, they were no help at all and refused to let me speak to a supervisor. ALL banks in the U.S. notify joint account holders on the status of thier accounts, and this is not right or fair to report something to the credit bureau that I had no idea was past due.
If there is anyone in BB coporate that could please help me on the is matter, it would be appreciated!
06-04-2019 04:59 PM
Thank you for reaching out to us and welcome to the forums!
I appreciate you reaching out to us regarding the situation with your credit report. Please know that even though we have partnered with Citibank to be able to provide our customers with a Best Buy Credit Card, they have their own terms. You are welcome to contact Citibank Agent Assisted Services at 1-888-574-1301 for better assistance with this previous account.
Thank you for posting!