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My BofA CC Disappeared! Due to Prod Change?

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I checked my FICOs today and was shocked to see a 30 pt drop! After some close reviewing, I realized it was because my BoA 15K card is completely gone! There were no disputes re: it, so I'm not sure how it happened? Has this ever happened to anyone else? Should I simply call BoA and ask them to re-report/update this account with the CRA?

Message Edited by Pj1369 on 04-13-2008 12:37 AM
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Re: My CC Disappeared!

I'd be on the phone PDQ with BofA to ask (nicely, of course) if they failed to report the card for some reason.

I've lost track with everyone's credit card swaps --is this the card that you traded your Marlins card in for?
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Re: My CC Disappeared!



haulingthescoreup wrote:
I'd be on the phone PDQ with BofA to ask (nicely, of course) if they failed to report the card for some reason.

I've lost track with everyone's credit card swaps --is this the card that you traded your Marlins card in for?


Yes it is - but it only disappeared from EX.
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Re: My CC Disappeared!



Pj1369 wrote:


haulingthescoreup wrote:
I'd be on the phone PDQ with BofA to ask (nicely, of course) if they failed to report the card for some reason.

I've lost track with everyone's credit card swaps --is this the card that you traded your Marlins card in for?


Yes it is - but it only disappeared from EX.

But BofA updates with EX first.
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Re: My CC Disappeared!

Ohhh -- has this happened to others who have undergone a product change? There account disappears for a little bit on your credit profiles?
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