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Old Closed (by me) Acct 1992 satisifactory pymt. as a credit factor
Hi This last yesr 2 old closed accounts (both in good standing at the time) showed up on my credit report. One I closed 1994 and another was closed due to inactivity from 1992. Should I get these removed? They show up on my credit factors but they don't show up as being a part of the length of time I had credit. What would ya'll suggest? I am not sure if I should have it removed or not

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LEAVE THEM ALONE!

You really need to do some reading on this. Removing accounts closed in good standing will HURT YOUR CREDIT!! Just because closed accounts are not factored in on some non-fico systems, FICO does factor them in.

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Do some reading before you damage your credit

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NEVER TRY TO REMOVE ACCOUNTS CLOSED IN GOOD STANDING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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