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What, or who, is TDRC/LIZCLA
I have TDRC/LIZCLA listed on my report that says it was opened in 2004 and as of Oct, 2004 and beyond the balance is $0. I don’t remember applying for the card but I may have got it to qualify for a discount on a purchase and never used it after I paid the bill. Unfortunately, I don’t remember who has the account for the card or how to contact them to cancel this card.
Does anyone recognize TDRC/LIZCLA? I’d like to close that account.
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Have you ever had a retail credit card for Liz Claiborne stores? If not, you'll want to get a copy of your credit report to dispute this item. Hope that helps!

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By the way, if you close it, it will drop your credit score.  Of course, if you don't use it for a few years they'll close it for you anyway.

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