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Credit Card Reporting To The CRAs

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When a credit card company reports to the three credit agencies each month, does it report what your balance is when your statement is issued? Or does it include all activity up until the report date to the credit agencies, regardless of what the latest statement says. For example, my latest Orchard Bank statement as of 7/13 says that I owe $50.00. Will they report only the $50.00, or will they report other $$ charged if I decide to charge more after the statement date?
Message Edited by fused on 07-18-2009 06:08 PM
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Re: Credit Card reporting to CA's

Orchard is an odd one and reports the balance on the 30th of the month rather than the statement date (as all my others do)
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