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canceled credit cards
how to get canceled credit and old unused card off my credit report

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Closed accounts were in good standing? Will last in your report for 10 or more years, they will boost your credit profile, especially auto loans... Closed accounts with negative actives? Will roll off your report in 7~7.5 years... You can always try to dispute them (good or bad accounts) directly with credit bureaus.

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patty

Cancelled 2 cards because of the annual fees.  would that hurt my score?

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please help

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there is no responce   nothing happend

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They will drop off after 7 years, and there is nothing you can do to speed it up.  Cancelling cards is noit good, as explained in the articles here.

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