Hi there...I can certainly understand your frustration over this issue. If, in fact, when the card was originally issued, you agreed to personally guarantee the corporation's obligations for this card, then you would be liable for the card expenses. It is very possible that you did agree to do so, because credit card companies typically will not issue cards to corporate entities that don't have a long credit history without someone personally guaranteeing the payment of any unpaid bills.
But that is in the past---what you need to do going forward is to send each credit card company a certifiied, return receipt requested letter that as of the date of the receipt of this letter you will no longer agree to personally guarantee any of the debts of the corporation that are charged on the applicable card. This may very well cause the credit card company to cancel the card, but it will cease any further liability for you.
I hope this has given you the guidance you were seeking. I wish you the best of luck!
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