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When a credit card expires, do they?
Automatically issue a new one?

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If your account is in good standing, they automatically issue you a new card.  It should arrive somewhere between 30 days and 2 weeks prior to the expiration.  If you have not received one, you should contact them about the replacement.   I pay all my bills electronically and never bothered to open letters from my bank.  They sent me a replacement and I just put it in a pile and when my card expired I called for my replacement.  Sure enough, when they told me it had been sent, there it was, still in the unopened envelope.  Just ensure your address is current with your creditor at all times so they don't send it off to a different address and possibly make someone else very happy which could prove to be a nightmare for you.

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My credit is great. I was just always curious about that.

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