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AU on AaoA

Hi all,

 

I am new to the forum and I don't understand on how fico calculate the AaoA of AU. My situation is if I can ask my aunt with her longest acct about 12 years old to be my AU and I know that I could inherit the time too. But the question is what happen if after a month, I would like to remove my self out of AU on her longest acct, would I still be able to get her time too?
Thanks you for all your answer, really appreciate it.

 

Physignathus.

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Re: AU on AaoA

I have seen several AU accounts of closed accounts disappear in a few years rather than the full 10 years.  

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