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I have closed my credit one credit yet it is still reporting as being open. What can I do?

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If you had read the articles here, you would already know that this remains a part of your credit history for 7 years.

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Since its Credit One, I would double check to see if it's in deed closed, once you double checked? Double check it again! They are notoriously difficult to deal with, they would intentionally kept it open to continue charge you fees even after you expressly ask them to close the account. Ask for confirmation code/ emails or any other conformations in writing if you don't have them. Oh yeah, making sure the balance is at zero, again by some mysterious reasons you may have balance of 30 cents remain to kept it from being closed and of course the fees continues.

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