05-30-2009 10:35 AM
I just got a Macys store and Visa card around March 2009. The store TL started reporting to all the three CRA. It took about 6 weeks before the Visa begins to report, but it eventually showed up on my EX and EQ CR.
The account is still not showing up on TU and I called the CSR to ask why but she's to have no clue what I was talking about. The CARS then told me to call TU to ask why the account is not reporting, I knew right there that the conversation will go no where since the person I was talking to have no clue about what I was trying to explain.
Does anyone with a Macy's Visa have similar problem? How can I go about getting this issue resolved?
05-30-2009 03:49 PM
My Macy's reports really odd.
I have store, Major Purchase and Visa.
I seem to think store is on all 3
major purchase is on 1
visa is on 2.
05-30-2009 06:00 PM
05-31-2009 09:48 AM - edited 05-31-2009 09:49 AM
05-31-2009 09:56 AM
Thank you all for the info. It's strange how VISA/DSNB reports to the CRA. I only have my account reporting to EX and EQ.
I really don't know why there are discrepancies in reporting. It would have help my TU %UT as I have $4000 on the account and I barely use it compare to others. Anyway, I'm not going to bother them about it. It's up to them whether they report it or not.
05-31-2009 09:58 AM
Nevermind. After double checking my fico tu and eq it didn't say visa and listed a lower credit limit. Though they mailed me the visa instead of the store card so I thought it was the same.
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