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Innactive Student Loan Accounts & Question For Tuscany

Hi does any one know how long an inactive student loan account may appear on a credit report? Account reported as open in 1997 (really opened in 1994) - BTW I am new to the forums and think this is the best thing. Tuscani you are very knowledgeable. Do you work for a CB?
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Re: Innactive Student Loan Accounts & Question For Tuscany

Is the TL opened or closed? I would assume closed which means 10 years from the closure date.
 
Thanks for the kind words, no I do not work for the CBs. Smiley Happy
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