09-21-2011 01:31 PM
09-21-2011 01:54 PM
When do they do it? My statement date is the 20th of every month. Also, do they report to all 3?
Best guess is 20th of every month. Best way to find out is call and ask them about your account.
09-21-2011 02:30 PM
My DH's showed up on his TU today and says it was reported on the 20th.
09-21-2011 05:44 PM
Errr maybe I read that wrong at first sorry
Thought you meant as if you just got the card and it hasn't reported yet!
09-22-2011 07:57 AM
Got reported today. Of course no indication of my first payment, but the TL is added. So far it is only added to EX, like others have suggested. Result... +20 FAKO... I did not have a single OPEN account when I got this card. I left the country in 2007 and when I did, I paid off and closed all the accounts. After coming back this year, I have been working on getting my collections removed and reestablish the credit. So now I am at 675 FAKO. My oldest accounts are 12-14 years old... Too bad I closed them. Who knew I would be coming back... I wonder what my EX FICO at now...
09-22-2011 08:00 AM
Actually SEPT payment already marked as OK... It might be because I have alrady made payments... I made a payment to bring my balance to around 10% of credit limit BEFORE the statement cut off day (20) and then I made the minimum payment the moment I got the actual statement email.
09-22-2011 08:19 AM
Yea my first statement date will be the 6th and it's still not on my CR =( I've had the card for two weeks! My BofA was on my CR within 3 days
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