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CC's need to report

Orchard and Victoria's Secret have not reported to CRA since March any ideas?  Both are showing really high utilization even though I paid them down to under 10%.
Traumajunkie "I am not saying I want you to get hurt, I just want to be there when you do! "
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Re: CC's need to report

I have noticed that some CCCs (GEMB) are slow to report good things about balances.  I would call the CCC and ask when they are going to report.
11/28/2014 FICO: EQ: 796 EX:788 TU:803
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Re: CC's need to report

I e-mailed Orchard and was told they report every month and if I want it to show my correct utilization and balance to contact the CRA's and have them verify balances. Come on I am your current client and I want you to do your job...if I missed a payment you would report that.
Traumajunkie "I am not saying I want you to get hurt, I just want to be there when you do! "

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