Credit History/Length of Credit
The number of years that you've had credit has an impact on your credit score. Generally speaking, credit bureaus tend to favor consumers who have long established, stable credit history. That's why it's not always in your best interest to close old credit cards, even if you don't use them any longer. At Fast Credit Repair Company, we generally suggest that our clients who are looking to repair their credit quickly and affordable, do not close old credit accounts, even if they have a zero balance.