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I have an account that has been closed for years still showing on my credit. how can I remove it?
I do not know the account number to this account because it was closed years ago, or supposed to have been, but I have 10 thousand dollar limit showing up as available on my credit that i don't want on there. It was opened in 1999! Help!

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My bankruptcy is 10 years old. It is still showing on my credit report

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Closed accounts will still show on your credit report for up to 10 years from the date of closure before it is removed from your credit report.

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They are still showing a balance due and late payments as of today

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BS, the bank said which is most likely a lie, that Credit Karma takes a while to catch up

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mine  is showing as closed in 2001

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I have 1 that is 22 years old and another that is 14 years old still showing.  Both paid in full.

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Filed bk and cap one was on the list but keeps showing up on transunion. How can I respond to them to take it off/

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