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New Account

I opened a new credit card last month. I recieved my statement on the 16th. I'm just wondering when this card is going to show up on my credit report. I checked last night and it still hasnt showed up yet.

 

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Re: New Account

Which credit card is it? Different lenders have different reporting dates. If it's a HSBC credit card, it will show up on your reports on the second week of next month.
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Re: New Account

The card is through Chase. I checked on my transunion and the account showed up. But i didnt get any alerts about having a new account through score watcher thats why i checked on transunion.

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Re: New Account

Has your first statement closed yet? If not, it should appear on your reports a few days after your first statement closes.

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