08-29-2007 01:09 PM
08-29-2007 03:04 PM
OK, Just looked at my FICO score for the first time, and saw that a credit card I have appears twice, and adds up likewise on my credit report. The amount of the 'duplicate' is the same as the balance I had when I lost my card earlier this summer around the time of the last transaction, so I imagine this is related to that. My question is, is it normal for that to still be on there (it happened around June)? The balance when I lost it was ~$2400 whereas now it's just $500, but the total score against me is $3000 because of the duplicate. Should I take action to fix this? Or should it fix itself?
It should read lost card and transfer to the new car with 0 bal on the old one. Call the card company.
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