10-05-2012 10:09 AM
As long as I used CMS it seemed like Experian reported everything first then EQ and lastly TU...this month for some reason I've noticed that all my credit card balances are reported in reverse...TU first, then EQ (sometimes same day) and Experian is lagging behind...weird! Anyone notice that?
10-05-2012 10:30 AM
I had two new accounts pop up on EQ that haven't shown up on EX or TU yet. One of them only pulled TU.
10-05-2012 10:42 AM
Same thing happened to me! I was waiting for all my changes to report so i could refi my car loan but EX was taking longer then all the others. Usually EX is right away but this month it was EQ then EX/TU around the same time.
10-05-2012 12:55 PM - edited 10-05-2012 12:55 PM
TU is still the latest reporting, but last month many of my statements were updating 2-3 days quicker than they usually do on TU. so instead of being 5/6 days after EX and EQ, and sometimes 7/8 days later, it happened about 2-4 days later. Also Ex usually updates first, EQ the day after EXP, then TU 5+ day lag behind EQ for me.
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