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06 Apr 12 #322016 by stresseduk
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:unsure:Sorry if this is a stupid question. My x had a RBS Gold mastercard and a RBS mastercard (blue). He tells me they are the same account, sorry but as everything on the computer was password protected, and i wasn,t allowed to open or see his post that after opening in secret would be shredded, i,m unsure.

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06 Apr 12 #322020 by fairylandtime
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It seems unlikely that there are 2 credit cards for 1 accou t in my mind? But not sure, you could give the bank a ring (for a general enquiry - as you. Ay not have an account number etc & don''t want to raise suspicion)

Good luck JJx

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06 Apr 12 #322027 by dukey
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I have two credit cards with the same bank, they are for two separate accounts though, when i was married the ex and i had a card each but both were from my current account, something i did not realise until the bank told me i was liable for her credit card.

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