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OLD Credit Card Just Appeared on EQ Report

Equifax just added an old  closed JCPenney credit card that  I opened 10/2000 with a 2/2010 update. I'm not complaining.  The account  have no late payments.  I wonder what could have caused that.  I'm sure my FICO score has increased now.   TU and EX never stopped reporting the account.
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Re: OLD Credit Card Just Appeared on EQ Report

ON my equifax my closed JCP accouny opened  1997, closed in 2000 by me. It  is still reporting, says it is open and in good standing - will not complain.  let us count blessings every little count.
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Re: OLD Credit Card Just Appeared on EQ Report

Similar thing just happened to me.  Old target account that was closed with zero balance.

*Bought 1st Home on 7/11/07 thanks to myFICO Forums*

4/2013 - FICO: 685
Payment History: Great
Amt of Debt: Not Good
Length: Good
Amt of New Credit: Good

Goal for 2013: Pay down debt! Cross fingers housing market turns around so I can move further south!



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