Hey, with all the low intro offers on credit cards, it's very easy for people to bounce around credit cards. I was just wondering, how do creditors who give big loans (ie mortgages) look at credit reports of people who have say 12 credit cards opened and say 9 closed in the last 3 years. I know when I looked at my credit report, it showed how many cards I've had, how long I had them, and my credit standing with each of the creditors. I appreciate any advice.
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