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Reopening a Macy's Joint user account

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I'm helping my sister repair her credit and she has a closed Macy's account that she used to have with my mother.  The account was closed by them with no balance due.  DOLA and date account was closed are both 8/2007.  They had 1 30 day and 1 60 day due to a disputed charge.  Do you think that my sister can  reopen the account alone and have the the lates removed?


Message Edited by sammyfire2001 on 07-01-2008 12:53 PM
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Re: Reopening a Macy's Joint user account

My mom re-opened her macys about 2 weeks ago. It was closed by macys because of inactivity though. She was never late but I would say it is def worth a shot!
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