Question by J-sus: Credit Card Mistakenly Cancelled because of “Bankruptcy”?
I received a letter in the mail from Bank of America stating my credit card had been cancelled because I had filed for bankruptcy! I haven’t filed for bankruptcy and last time I checked, I had great credit. Could it be that easy to make a mistake like this on my account? I tried calling the appropriate office, but they are closed until tomorrow, so I am trying to figure out what to do in the meantime. Any advice? Has anyone heard of this happening before?
Thanks everyone! I just checked all three reports and there wasn’t any “negative information” recorded on any of them, so hopefully it was just a mistake by Bank of America. I will call them tomorrow.
Answer by webjnke1
Could be someone with a similar name. Or someone typoed when they entered the info.
You could go to annualcreditreport.com and see what your credit report says. That site is totally free, and you don’t have to join anything or whatever, like some sites do.
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