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AAOA

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Opened three cards this month and my AAOA has been dropped to ~6 years. Am thinking about opening a no fee Amex (my backdating is 2003) just to pad my AAOA. Think this is worth it? I do not really want another amex (have plat and spg) but am considering for the backdating. Is ~6 years a decent AAOA? EQC lists my length of credit history at 17 years 10 months and my average age of accounts at 6 years 6 months.

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