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closed cc account

closed by credit grantor.

Limit 300

Balance paid down to 164 was 464 not to long ago.

high balance 464.

will this help me or not matter since, it is a closed revolving account?
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Re: closed cc account

because it has a balance, even though it's closed it's still factoring into your utilization.
 
What is your concern about hurting or helping you?
 
 
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Re: closed cc account



trinigal wrote:
because it has a balance, even though it's closed it's still factoring into your utilization.
 
What is your concern about hurting or helping you?
 
 





I wondered if it was helping, with the amount of baddies on my report every good little bit helps.
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