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how do i find out where to pay on old credit cards
how do i know where to pay the money to each old credit card that i owe , i would have to make payments on them. but don't know how to contact them, or who to contact. can you help me .

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Get a copy of your full credit report from www.annualcreditreport.com.  In the back all the creditor names & contact information is provided.  If any info is missing from the report, you can google the creditor's name & get an address & phone number from the internet.

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Your full credit report is now on Credit Karma: https://www.creditkarma.com/myfinances/creditreport#accounts

Contact information for your creditors should be listed. If it is unavailable, you can use Google, or any other search engine, to look up their contact information. 

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