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I have this new card for over a month

and equifax still hasnt reported it and i havent even got an alert or anything. its reporting on my experian report i dont know about tu because for some reason i cant get access to it.  Like ive said ive had the account for over a month now have been using it and made my first payment.  Any reason why it would be reporting on one report and not the other even after over a month?

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Re: I have this new card for over a month

500 limit and i have the balance at about 45.55 right now

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Re: I have this new card for over a month

EX is always first to report. EQ next.. and TU about a decade later. Don't worry. :smileyhappy:
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Re: I have this new card for over a month

thanks i guess i just really wanna see how it effects my score hope it helps it i need all the help i can get.

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