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Credit Report (Transunion)

Hey all,

 

I just had a look at my transunion credit report. This is what it says. I'm wondering why it says the Amount Paid is 0$? I've paid off the full balance for both the months. Can anyone explain this?

 

 

03/2013

02/2013

Balance

$125

$131

Amount Due

$35

$35

Amount Paid

$0

$0

Past Due

$0

$0

Rating

OK

OK

 

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Re: Credit Report (Transunion)

If you pay your credit card in full, after your statement is cut they have already reported that amount, to avoid this, try paying off your cards a few days before the end of the statement and then don't use it again until the new one







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Re: Credit Report (Transunion)

My Citi doesn't report an amount paid on my Transunion report for some reason either. So it looks just like that. No clue why, but I don't think it's an issue. It shows as an account in good standing, so the details within that shouldn't be a big deal. If anyone ever questions it you can always provide CC statement to prove that you made payments.

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Registered: ‎09-13-2012
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Re: Credit Report (Transunion)

Discover has reported this way for me too. It's only started reporting for 2 mos, I'm going to see if it changes in a few months. Maybe it's 'too new'

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