01-26-2014 12:06 PM
01-26-2014 12:13 PM
Ok I appreciate the quick responses... I'm trying to set up a auto pay of a new CC actually and I'm deciding what bills I want the CC to pay for (then pay the CC off right away).
edit: Do I just ask the company when they report or how will I find that out?
Most report right after the statements cut! It shows on reports a few days later
Note the "Most". US Bank reports at the end of the month, regardless of statement date. I don't know other exceptions but tell us what the card is in case others know.
Amex, Discover and PedFed does it right after statement cuts!
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