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LadyBlueQ
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Registered: ‎07-02-2008

1st Premier & Orchard CRA Updates

Hello everyone,

 

Am I correct that my 1st Premier card, payment date of Feb 8th,  will update with the CRAs 10 days after the payment due date?

 

With regard to Orchard, I just paid them to lower my utilization.  Am I correct that they report on the last day of the month vs. the last business day?  

 

Thanks for any help.


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Uborrow-Upay
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Re: 1st Premier & Orchard CRA Updates

Bump
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Kiwill
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Re: 1st Premier & Orchard CRA Updates

I would like to see this response too.  I paid off my Orchard card early last month from maxed out to 0 balance and I am waiting on scorewatch aler .  I also gained a $100 cli. 


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LadyBlueQ
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Registered: ‎07-02-2008

Re: 1st Premier & Orchard CRA Updates

Kiwill -

 

I found this thread.  Scroll down to the last post.

 

Did you ask Orchard for the CLI?


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Kiwill
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Re: 1st Premier & Orchard CRA Updates

Yes, I asked for the CLI.  They happily do so in very tiny steps.

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