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Nope, but you need to keep track of them. In fact, lots of credit cards can be good for your credit score if you are using them right.
Personally, i would look through your cards and figure out which have annual fees and whether you should keep them or not. 2nd, put a bunch into a sock drawer and rotate some cards in. that way it will be easy for you to keep track.
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