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Posts: 336
Registered: ‎04-14-2008

old BP gas card

I had a BP gas card in college that I included when I went into a debt management program. It only shows up on my Experian. I did get asked about it when I reconned for a BofA card, but I did get the card.
It's not listed as a chargeoff, just "closed at credit granter's request"
Current status is Paid account/was 90 days past due
DOLA is Nov. 2001.
Should I try and GW it away, or just let it fall off in Nov? (It will, right?) No big purchases planned soon.  
FAKO TU: 730 (Too poor to check the real scores these days!)
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Posts: 1,291
Registered: ‎02-26-2008

Re: old BP gas card

It's probably helping more than hurting if it's one of your older accounts.
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