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How do I get a credit card off my report that has been closed for 14 years?

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Personally I would leave it be, as it would be aiding my credit profile, but if you really want to? Usualy file a dispute with each credit bureaus would do the trick. 

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I have a loan from 1983

on my report.  Greatly helps with the age of my credit and reports an on time payment every month even though its been paid off for 2 decades,  adds to the variety of accounts on my report, another plus.   I'll take that!

Unless its reporting something negitive, theres no reason to have it removed.

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Dispute

You could file a dispute.

But removing it could adversly affect your credit rating if it was a good debt.

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