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What happens when a credit card is lost and then replaced?
My average credit card relationship is shown at 4 1/2 years. This is not accurate since I have had a card with B of A since 1991. Twice, however, the card has needed to be replaced with a new card do to unauthorized use by an unknown party. This has had a negative impact on my credit score apparently. How do I fix it to better reflect my credit history?

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