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Registered: ‎03-18-2008
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Chase Closed Card

Got a letter in the mail yesterday from Chase saying they closed my card for
 
balance owed on revolving accounts too high
Balance too high compared to credit limit
 
Both are false i have 45k in credit and only owe 7k. I think they closed it for inactivity since i haven't used it in 8 months. They even just gave me a cli last month. Should i try and call them to see if they will open it back up. The card is 2 1/2 y/o.
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Registered: ‎09-18-2007
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Re: Chase Closed Card

Call them and ask them to re-open the account. It looks bad on CR if it is closed by credit grantor. See what they can do to re-open the account.
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