10-20-2012 06:34 AM
Hope someone can help...I was added to my grandfathers Discover account on Aug 25. (8,000 cl, no balance, perfect payment history, opened in 1993!) The statement cuts on the 26th of the month. So, after 2 cycles, it still isnt showing up on any of my reports. I have called them several times, they have been very nice, saying that it should have shown up by now. They have even sent 5 off cycles to the CRA's and still nothing! I have been told different things byt different reps, some say that it takes 60-90 days to show. But if they have sent the info over why wouldnt it show? I have spoken with the CRA's and they said they process the info as soon as they get it from the creditors. Discover has all my info, including SSN. My address is different from my grandfathers but they said it shouldnt matter. Anyone have any expereience with Discover or any AU for that matter? He also recently added me to his BOA card which was opened in 1994 with a 30,000 cl! Needless to say im anxious to see the boost i get from the cards when they show, as it should be huge!
04-04-2013 03:53 PM
04-04-2013 03:56 PM
I read somewhere on here (sorry, can't recall the exact post) that Discover has 2 levels of AU - one reports to the CRAs the other doesn't. Perhaps someone else can give more details.
04-12-2013 08:22 PM
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