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can you erase the acconts that are closed

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if it is not in good standing I woudl start with good will letters...  Google that and dont give up on it.  It does not always work the first time but stick with it.

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The closed accounts remain part of your credit history and will drop off in due time, which is usually 7 years after the account is closed.  If it has been longer than that, relax, because the accounts must be showing a good payment history and we want all the positive remarks we can get.

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If the accounts were closed in good standing, DO NOT try to remove them as doing so would hurt your credit profile and scores. If they are negative accounts, ask a new question and provide the status of them and the dates and you can be advised on the best route to remove them.

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