07-14-2007 02:18 PM
07-14-2007 02:23 PM
This is a real unknown. Some CCCs might close an account with no activity after 4 months, some 6, others 9 or 12, and some just do not care and will keep your account open indefinitely.
rbbyrbsn wrote:I'm learning to play the credit game quite well,I have a cap 1 card I'm paying off , I won't have much use for it, once I pay it down I shouldn't have a problem getting a rate better than 8.9% I have on the card. my high balance is 97% of CL and is my oldest open CC. So I was wondering how it takes for account to be reported inactive/unused so I can just charge something every so often to keep it active.
07-14-2007 02:35 PM
07-14-2007 02:36 PM
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