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Remove credit card account from credit report
I applied for secured card from Bank of America in 200x.. Left to my home country on emergency bases and stayed for couple of month.. When i. Returned the bank informed me that they had deducted there fees and closed the account...i didn't receive or used the card at all..

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If that account was reported as a delinquent account? Then it will be removed around 7 year mark. Depend on what the X represent? The removal date should ver close if not already past. Call credit bureaus, they can tell you exactly when.

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If that account been reported as positive or it shows "paid and closed", then it would be removed 10 years from when it's closed. You probably shouldn't remove any positive accounts.

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