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my oldest account is a BOA i have it for 2years and @months


my AAofA is only 1 year, if a CCC pulls a hard on me would they consider my oldest account age? or they only consider and over all AAofA?


dont want to throw away a hard..... im going try the AMEX gold, zync is alright but as i do not have plans on having more than one AMEX card in the future, im going to just app for the one i desire...


thanks a lot.





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Re: AAofA

for an amex charge card you should have no problems with scores over 700

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