Credit card application
Is a bank/credit card company required to keep a copy of your application for the card? If so, how long are they required to keep it on file?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Re: Credit card application
I don't know that they are required to keep it, but it sure makes things harder for them if they don't and they sue you.
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