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InfinitiG35
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Macy's and CR Reporting?

I recently got approved for a Macy's store card ($800 CL) and Visa ($2000 CL). I noticed on my CR that the store card side is reporting to all three credit bureaus but the Visa side is only reporting to Equifax and Experian. Is this how it is with everybody, or is there something wrong? If so, how do I go about contacting them to ask them to report to Transunion? I would like my utilization to be improved across all three bureaus.

By the way, thanks to everyone in this forum for all their helpful advice and words of encouragement. Last year I couldn't get approved for jack, and the only credit cards I had were 2 First Premier cards. After reading posts here and using the information I learned, I've been able to bring my scores from the mid 500s in late '07 to the mid to high 600s, where they are now.
Chase Slate: $4,800 | Upromise World: $4,000 | Chase Freedom: $4,000 | CapOne Platinum: $3,500 | CapOne Quicksilver: $3,000 | Credit One Bank: $1,500 | Sony Card: $1,000 | CapOne Discover: $300
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Re: Macy's and CR Reporting?

The Visa will report to TU - the problem is TU is almost always the slowest to report or update anything.
Credit Profile -
FICO 08 Scores (09-16-2014): EQ 824, EX 817, TU 822
All three scores were 850. Lost points for not having an open installment TL. So, BE WARNED!!!!!
Credit History: 26+ years ~ AAoA: 12 years ~ Util: 1% ~ Inqs: EX 1 (Amex 07-15-2014)

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InfinitiG35
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Re: Macy's and CR Reporting?

Any ideas how long it will take TU to update????? It's screwing up my utilization on that one report.
Chase Slate: $4,800 | Upromise World: $4,000 | Chase Freedom: $4,000 | CapOne Platinum: $3,500 | CapOne Quicksilver: $3,000 | Credit One Bank: $1,500 | Sony Card: $1,000 | CapOne Discover: $300

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