08-16-2007 03:33 PM
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08-16-2007 03:49 PM - edited 08-16-2007 03:50 PM
Bills such as utilities are not reported to CRAs unless they go to collections. Bills that get reported are CC..auto loans...personal loans...mortgage. Also they are only reported on the owner's or AU CR. It doesn't make a difference who makes the payments.
BarryB wrote:I recently moved in with my mother, temporarily. She had signed up for Internet service via Comcast. Would my automatically paying the Internet bill help both of our credit or just hers? The service is opened up in her name, but I'm the primary user.When I move, she'll either cancel the service or attempt to use it. She's 66 and would like to learn how to use her own PC.
08-16-2007 03:51 PM
08-16-2007 03:52 PM
sl wrote:You can use them as a reference that you pay your bills on time, however, utility bills, cable bills, phone bills, cell phone bills, and rent do not show up on your CR.
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