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Revike
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Re: Credit Card Reporting Dates


SGT_F wrote:
Revike...you must have 100,000 in tradelines.




Those are both mine and DW, and a couple of accounts are listed twice because they updated on different dates on each of our reports. About 80% of those cards sleep in the sock drawer and never see the inside of a wallet. Also, a few of those accounts are closed, but are still being reported each month (so far).

The main thing was to show the number of days between the statement date and when the account is updated on the credit report, and to show some of the odd exceptions, like the long delay for HSBC updates, and TU's batch update pattern.

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