08-30-2012 05:07 PM
How long has it been since it hit EX?
AFAIK EQ tends to be slower, and TU tends to be the slowest of all the three agencies. It will most likely show up in the next couple of days following it hitting EX, and if it doesn't then I would call up and ask about it.
(I don't have a BoA card but this is usually how it works)
Hope this Helps!
08-30-2012 06:42 PM
It will go on reporting on EX -> EQ -> TU as said before. For me, EX is almost inmediate, EQ takes 2-3 days and the longest TU has taken to report account updates is more or less 2 weeks.
08-30-2012 06:50 PM
I just apped and was approved for a BankAmericard last Friday. The card showed up on EX and EQ two days later, and just showed up on TU today.
09-03-2012 05:54 AM
Thanks for the reply. Upon checking this morning it's on EQ now as well, but TU's still lagging. Never received a SW alert though....???
It takes a few days sometimes for SW to send an alert.
09-03-2012 09:17 AM
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