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MY CR DOESN'T SHOW CREDIT LIMITS IN SOME CREDIT CARDS

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I checked my credit report and some accounts were closed by creditor and those credit cards are not reporting credit limits but I still paying them. Are those cards affecting my credit score?
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Message Edited by jessy on 04-13-2008 01:42 PM
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Re: MY CR DOESN'T SHOW CREDIT LIMITS IN SOME CREDIT CARDS

yes it is hurting your scores. can you pay them off, bt them to other cards, or get tem to re-open?
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Re: MY CR DOESN'T SHOW CREDIT LIMITS IN SOME CREDIT CARDS

They do not re-open credit cards:smileymad:....they give you a new credit card with a new account number....in order to do that, they will run my credit report and really i do not want to that because it will add an inquiry in my CR.
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