11-09-2010 05:44 PM
How long does it take NFCU to start showing with the CRA's ? I'm just curious as to whether it can be right away or 1 month after you get the card.
They reported both of my cards exactly one month after I used them! And they report on the day they say in your agreement also, you can set your clock by them AND they are super fast at posting payments also.
Congrats on your CC's with them!
11-10-2010 04:46 AM
They're fast to apply payments for statement and reporting but when I paid them from USAA they would put a hold on the payment. While I could get them to do a three-way call to verify funmds had cleared, it's easier to have money in NFCU checking and transfer to the credit card online. That takes basically one business day to update both the statement balance and the available credit.
11-10-2010 07:04 AM
Actually, I pulled my reports as I always do everday & I saw today that they have already started reporting to EX & I've only had the card for a few days so, I assume TU &EQ will be showing shortly.
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