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What is SYNCB/PPXTRM ?
This show up as a credit card

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Do you have a Paypal Extras Mastercard? GECRB has recently changed their name. 

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SYNCB/PPXTRM

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I guessed like that below

pp = paypal

xtr = extras

m = mastercard

Paypal extras mastercard is issued by GE Capital Retail Bank.

you might go to the website to check for your credit card.

https://www.paypal.com/us/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_account

I hope this infomation could help you. 

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I want to know too it's on my report and I don't have a credit card. 

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I have this too with a 1,000 libe of credit. What is it?

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pp extra mc

shows that I applied on 8/29 and that I have a credit limit but a $0 balalnce.  I don't have any communication from the credit card company that it was approved.  Actually when i applied online it said i was denied.  if denied why showing up on creditkarma as having a crdit limit?

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