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Registered: ‎06-04-2012

'New' target cc affect AAoA?

Not sure if this should go in cc or understanding fico scoring

Now that target cc's are being managed by a new bank, it's been reported on both ck & cs as a 'new' acct. will this in any way affect my AAoA ?
Starting FICO 667 (5/2012) EQ
672 (7/2012) EQ. 681 (8/1/12) EQ
Current FICO 682 (10/13/12) EQ; 718 (10/13/12) TU
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Registered: ‎09-08-2010

Re: 'New' target cc affect AAoA?

I bit the bullet and pulled my exp report here the other day.  My target card shows the new bank but my original issue date.  I am hoping this means my AAoA remains the same as well

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Registered: ‎12-30-2012

Re: 'New' target cc affect AAoA?

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I bet it will.  Its kinda like the time I had fraudulent activity on my USAA card. I got a new account number but the old opening date. 

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