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Question on Buckle Reporting

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This is for the Buckle but don't know where to post it..I had a Buckle card back in 2000 then closed it about 5 years later.  I got a new Buckle card in Jan 3014, and both were showing on my Experian CR.  Today the old one is pulled off, my positive is one less card now, and as it was one of my older accounts, that to will change.  Is this normal?  Thanks.

 

 

 

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I started a new thread, changed the title but changed nothing else..

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Re: Question on Buckle Reporting


norhplatter wrote:

This is for the Buckle but don't know where to post it..I had a Buckle card back in 2000 then closed it about 5 years later.  I got a new Buckle card in Jan 3014, and both were showing on my Experian CR.  Today the old one is pulled off, my positive is one less card now, and as it was one of my older accounts, that to will change.  Is this normal?  Thanks.

 

 

 

OP,

 

I started a new thread, changed the title but changed nothing else..

you are free to edit the title  ~Lexie


Accounts can age off after 10 years

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Re: Question on Buckle Reporting


Creditaddict wrote:

norhplatter wrote:

This is for the Buckle but don't know where to post it..I had a Buckle card back in 2000 then closed it about 5 years later.  I got a new Buckle card in Jan 3014, and both were showing on my Experian CR.  Today the old one is pulled off, my positive is one less card now, and as it was one of my older accounts, that to will change.  Is this normal?  Thanks.

 

 

 

OP,

 

I started a new thread, changed the title but changed nothing else..

you are free to edit the title  ~Lexie


Accounts can age off after 10 years


+1.  Sounds like the old TL aged off a bit before the 10 year mark.  

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