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Why does ge take so long

Why does ge take so long for a statement to cut. It is always over a week from the due date to the next statement.

 

 

GE is the slowest of all my cards to do this. I don't get it. Its due on the 15th. The computer should generate a statement the next day.

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Re: Why does ge take so long


jeffery581 wrote:

Why does ge take so long for a statement to cut. It is always over a week from the due date to the next statement.

 

 

GE is the slowest of all my cards to do this. I don't get it. Its due on the 15th. The computer should generate a statement the next day.


Not sure what the big deal is.  If you know what's on your statement, you can easily view the activity online.  There are very few lenders that generate a statement the date after the due date.  Generally, some range from 3 to 6 days from the due date.  It's not just GECRB.  Then again, this is the reality of how some creditors operate from a billing cycle perspective.

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