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why does my credit take a hit when the credit cards sells your account to someone else
when they sell it the company closes it out then the new company opens it it just happened to three of my cards and now my creidt is low and its not fault

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Your credit does not take a hit when your creditors sell your account (unless they sold it to a collection company because it is so past due).  There has to be another reason for your score dropping.  Pull your full credit report at www.annualcreditreport.com and see what other items are hurting you.

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