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Two tradelines for same card, one open, one closed

 

 Hi, I have a secured card with my CU and it is double reporting.  It looks like they made an error when they opened it, so they closed it and opened another one with the correct account number.  Will this do anything to my credit score?

 

 

 

 

          Status:  Paid,Closed.
Status Details:  This account is scheduled to continue on record until Dec 2018.

Date Opened:
12/2008 Reported Since:
12/2008 Date of Status:
12/2008 Last Reported:
12/2008 Type:
Revolving Terms:
1 Months Monthly Payment:
$0 Responsibility:
Individual Credit Limit/Original Amount:
$250 High Balance:
NA Recent Balance:
NA Recent Payment:
NA
            Status:  Open/Never late.
  Date Opened:
12/2008 Reported Since:
12/2008 Date of Status:
12/2008 Last Reported:
12/2008 Type:
Revolving Terms:
NA Monthly Payment:
$10 Responsibility:
Individual Credit Limit/Original Amount:
$250 High Balance:
$119 Recent Balance:
$55 as of 12/2008 Recent Payment:
$125
FICO SCORES: EQ 741
TU 692
EXPERIAN FAKO 746

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