If you turn a closed credit card back on, will it negatively affect your credit?

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      I have a credit card that’s been closed, it still has a balance I’m paying off. I turned it off in hopes of paying it off faster, but it’s going slow. Now I want to lower the interest rate, but the credit card company said I cannot do that unless I turn it back on. We are currently selling our house, and I don’t want anything that will negatively affect my credit score for the new home we will buy, so I’m hesistant, but I would really like to get a lower rate too. Is that not true, should I just keep asking for supervisors so I can get it lowered while it’s still turned off?

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