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I just received a credit alert for Equifax saying an acco...

I just received a credit alert for Equifax saying an account has been added to my report. I opened a second Chase account in Feb. and I have been waiting for it to post. When I looked at the alert, I discovered that instead of posting my new account, the reported my original account a second time.
This is an established account in excellent standing. Should i leave it alone? After all, it's their mistake, not mine.
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Re: I just received a credit alert for Equifax saying an acco...

Leave it! The age does nothing but help you!
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Re: I just received a credit alert for Equifax saying an acco...

It's inaccurate, but it doesn't harm you. Personally, I'd leave it. :smileyhappy: Just remember not to run the utilization on that card up, because now it'll count double.
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