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Closing CCs - comments from Chase

I had a great chat with a Chase-United CC rep today
 
One interesting story she related - she and DH applied for a mortgage and were told they had too many old CCs (unused) available to them.  She then closed a bunch, and her score dropped - NOT due to utilzation!  Mortgage rep said he had seen it before, when more than 2 cards were closed in 6 months.  He said she should have closed two and dropped the CL on some of the unused cards.
 
So not even Chase CC reps know all the tweaks to FICO.
 
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Re: Closing CCs - comments from Chase

That's actually pretty funny
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Re: Closing CCs - comments from Chase

lol
 
 
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