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So What's Up With BofA Slow Reporting?

Account closed the 27th still hasn't reported to Experian as of a few minutes ago. That's strange anyone else?
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Re: So What's Up With BofA Slow Reporting?

I'm not sure about closing an account, but I opened a new CC with them on Monday and it is reporting as of Thursday.
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smallfry wrote:
Account closed the 27th still hasn't reported to Experian as of a few minutes ago. That's strange anyone else?

Is that from the backdoor full EX report, or from CreditSecure or another of the EX monitoring services?

I just got an alert from CS about a new LOC finally reporting. When I checked my CS report, it was only showing on TU, which was like, Oh c'mon. So I pulled a backdoor EX, and it was there; just not on the EX-backed CreditSecure report.

Lately any change I see on my CS report hits TU first, and we all know that TU isn't the prompt updater.
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haulingthescoreup wrote:

smallfry wrote:
Account closed the 27th still hasn't reported to Experian as of a few minutes ago. That's strange anyone else?

Is that from the backdoor full EX report, or from CreditSecure or another of the EX monitoring services?

I just got an alert from CS about a new LOC finally reporting. When I checked my CS report, it was only showing on TU, which was like, Oh c'mon. So I pulled a backdoor EX, and it was there; just not on the EX-backed CreditSecure report.

Lately any change I see on my CS report hits TU first, and we all know that TU isn't the prompt updater.

Back door. And it's just BofA. Walmart closed 28th Penfed 2nd Chase 2nd NFCU 3rd Citi 2nd. Only non reporter is Bank of Italy.

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Bank of Italy???  Well, someone knows their history pretty well!!  :smileywink:  If only Amadeo was still the chairman... this whole financial fiasco would have never happened...he simply would have sent a couple men to break some bones and all of a sudden.... funds start rolling in....  :smileywink:
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LOL.
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