Citibank AA Now Reporting

Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Cadillac408, Oct 1, 2001.

  1. Cadillac408

    Cadillac408 Well-Known Member

    Just peeked at my Experian report and notice that BOTH AA cards that I applied for on 8/15/01 are now reporting as of today 10/01/01.

    The Silver AA card that I never activated appeared as:

    Citibank Mastercharge
    Date Opened: 8/2001
    Status: Closed/Never late
    "Closed at consumer's request"
    Scheduled to continue on record until 9/2008
    Limit, balance, recent payment, etc. all reported with $0

    The Gold AA card that I did activate and keep appears as:

    Citibank Preferred M/C
    Date Opened: 8/2001
    Status: Open/Never late
    It also has a high balance being reported and the limit is also reported.

    I wonder if it's being reported on TU and Equifax??? Guess I'll find out soon enough.
  2. romanduv

    romanduv Well-Known Member

    Same here. Checked both EX and TU, reporting both gold AA and plat select. opened 8/31/01, it says opened 8/1/01. I'm not complaining.
  3. Cadillac408

    Cadillac408 Well-Known Member

    Just checked notWorthKnowing and it's reporting the same way on TU as well.

    I still have a big fat FIVE by the way....but what's new?
  4. Kitty

    Kitty Well-Known Member

    Same here, and I thought maybe they did it because I was disputing something with their bank. They do report cr limit, and it raised my score by 4 points on EXP. Checkout Truecredit for the "3 in One" credit reports, you can verify if their also on EQ and TU.
  5. Bill B

    Bill B Well-Known Member

    Great!! I have a question now..I applied and was approved for both cards but i combined and converted them to platinum select..I keept the silver cards #..So will the gold one report as closed and if so does that mess up our reports? I allready have 10 closed accounts that are paid..
  6. sam

    sam Well-Known Member

    yup my combined gold is reporting, not as closed. odd. i dont think closed accounts hurt that bad though?

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