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discover new account reporting

I have recently got approved for discover card. I have noticed that the hard inquiry is showing up on equifax report, but the credit line /account is not reported yet. Any one know how long it takes for discover to report. Also, once the new account gets reported, how will the credit score get affected immediately? (Assuming the util on the new account is pretty low).

Thanks

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Re: discover new account reporting

It usually reports after you make your first payment.
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Re: discover new account reporting

I think your score may go down initially but boost above the orig score within 3 months.
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Re: discover new account reporting

Discover is notorious for sometimes taking a few statements to report a new account. YMMV

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Re: discover new account reporting

I'm in the same boat... new Discover account just waiting for it to report. Also I activated and made my first purchase on 12/9/12 and when I logged in it said a statement would be available on 12/18/12. Well, the 18th came and went and no statement. Whiskey Tango Foxtrot? Now when I log in it says my next statement will be generated on 1/18/13. That's almost a six week long billing period. I'm assuming that the 18th will be my regular statment date from now on, give or take a day.

 

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Re: discover new account reporting

for me it says, the statement date is jan 4, 13


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Re: discover new account reporting


tennisfan78 wrote:

for me it says, the statement date is jan 4, 13


I predict your new Discover card account will start reporting in Feb 2013.

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Re: discover new account reporting

My discover card started reporting 2 months after I got it.


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Re: discover new account reporting

from personal experience and anecdotes, you should expect it to take 2 statements to start reporting. Also whenever you get a CLI, that also might take 2 statements to show up on the credit reports.

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Re: discover new account reporting

Thanks for  the input. I will let you guys know once I see it reported.


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