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How do you go about removing a credit card that's been closed sine 1989

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Simply file a dispute with each Credit Bureaus. I personally would leave those alone, because they are aiding my credit profiles, assumes it was closed in good standing.

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I would suggest that if you closed the card in good standing, leave it on your credit report.  It doesn't hurt at all--I have accounts on my report from 5-9 years ago, all closed in good standing.  

Leaving the account on your credit report can only help your credit, not hurt it.

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