Using the chat function simply does not work and calling doesn’t have a much better success rate either, often they will tell you that this cannot be done due to legal reasons.
I’m unaware of any law that prevents them from doing this and some represenatives will process it for you, so it seems to be a case of hanging up and calling again (positive data points: 1, 2) The other option is a dispute with the credit bureau and that has limited success as well: Calling Bank of America will work but the authorized user account needs to be closed before they will remove it (1).
Few artists living today, in fact, have had as long and distinguished a career.
It already has spanned more than six decades, produced a considerable number of works of genuine art-historical importance, and enriched numerous museum, corporate, and private collections with paintings of outstanding character and quality.
The message should be sent by the authorized user that wants the account removed from their credit report and no the primary cardholder.