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How Long will it take?

Should I expect to see a score increase since my judgement came off, or from the 7 deletes between dh and I that we got the beginning of this month, August. Does it take 30 days or more? 
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Re: How Long will it take?

It will take 30 days if you leave it up to them to report it. If you have something in writing that you can fax to the credit bureaus, they can usually adjust it within a few days.
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Re: How Long will it take?

I got hard copy cr's from the cra's themselves and I didn't see  a change yet.
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