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Recently opened an undesirable credit card, dropping my history and score, should I cancel that card
I opened another credit card in hopes that it may boost my credit score up a little by giving me more credit limit. However, is lowered my credit history and dropped my credit score. I just wanted to know whether or not i should cancel that card, and keeps the others that i have. Would my credit score go back to where it was? Or should i just hold onto it even though i have no real use for it other than the hopes of getting my credit score higher up. And wait for the long run?

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You cannot undo the damage by closing the accounts. Keep them open or the damage was done for nothing.

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