Can't recall Chase either, cause I've only done a few sales with them, but I believe Barclay, B of A, Discover, and Citi always had our names on it.
I'll start paying attention, and maybe others will report in.
Barclays shows AUs name, can confirm.
Citi and Cap One put the AUs name on there. Not that it concerns me, however.
Okay, what the heck.
Barclays puts my name on the envelope (the AU name is obviously on the CARD, but not visible without opening the envelope). This isn't me misremembering, as I use a mail scanning service--travelingmailbox.com
and just went and LOOKED at the most recent AU cards I got.
I just went and dug up a Barclays one, and a B of A one, and a Discover one, and all three are generic from the outside with our name, nothing about the AU.
they put the AU names on it, as it would make it easier to just shred without even having them open it.
It's possible the company is sending back mail not addressed to me or my wife (actually, as I type this, I realize that's very likely--we had to sign a form for the post office that they could open mail addressed to us, so they may be sending back mail not addressed to us. That may throw up red flags with the CC companies... hmm, will have to think about this), and I don't track receiving the cards or not, so that could totally be happening, but I'm definitely receiving ones that don't have any AU info. Weird.