Both "tiene" and "tiene usted" are correct. I checked and both answers are marked as correct in the system for that question. I tried to find your test where you came across that question but I couldn't find it. If you had any other feedback as you said and it was marked wrong, could you send us a screenshot maybe? or tell us which day you did that test?
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