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Why can't I see my credit report and FICO score update daily?
Your credit report and the associated FICO score do change regularly, but rarely on a daily basis. Lenders typically report updated account information to the credit bureaus every month, which may or may not result in a change to your FICO score. In a given three-month time period, only about one in four people has a 20-point change in their FICO score, so it's not that helpful to check your report and score on a daily basis. You can certainly purchase reports daily, but more often than not you will not see changes on a daily basis.
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