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Why are the number of accounts counted against me when most of them were sold to another lender.

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As long as the account reflects paid on time and the account marked as closed, this is not a bad thing.   When you created the debt, in the papers, your probably gave them right to sell the debt and carried your terms into the firm who purchased the debt.   People are too willing to sign documents to get the loan then they are in protecting their rights.   Even when someone tells you, "it is standard language" it doesn't mean it can't be fixed. Always remember, its a mutually agreed upon contract.

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It doesn't matter which lender now has the accounts.  What does matter is if you took out the accounts and how well you are paying on them.   Read the articles on this site to learn how credit really works.

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