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BBY/CBNA and CAP1/BSTBY both showing up?
I know that this is for a Best Buy account but does anyone have any idea about why mine would be showing as follows on my credit report? I have BBY/CBNA showing as charged off (life happened and I am now working on getting my credit fixed) but also am showing CAP1//BSTBY as 90 days late and a higher balance than the original BBY/CBNA account. I was under the impression that CBNA (Citi) purchased all of Cap 1's best buy accounts...so why would this be reporting this way? Any help is greatly appericated

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Hello! I am seeing a similiar situation on mine. It says that I made 4 late payments to BBY/CBNA, but the CAP1/BSTBY is fine. I don't know why I have two and why it's showing those late payments. Please let me know if you've found a solution to this so I know if I need to take action. Thanks!

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