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What day of the month does your FICO most likely change

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I have been on scorewatch for a short time. I have a silly question. If you subscribe what day of the month does your FICO score most likely change. For me it seems to be during the first week of the month. Possibly around the 1st of each month.
 
My FICO score sometimes will change around the 3rd and 4th week of the month. Usually around the middle of the month it stays the same for a few weeks..


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Re: What day of the month does your FICO most likely change

I get SWs on Sunday near brginning of each month, unless changes occured...
 
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Re: What day of the month does your FICO most likely change

i havent gotten any updates in a while and its weird because i got a new card but its not showing up maybe it will pop up on there sometime soon this month. the company says they report every month on the first buisness day to the 3 cras

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Re: What day of the month does your FICO most likely change

ok well it is showing on experian but not equifax

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Re: What day of the month does your FICO most likely change

i always get my alerts on saturday afternoons.....until the past two weeks....i got one two sundays ago, and another this past tuesday. 
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Re: What day of the month does your FICO most likely change

Usually Friday through Saturday
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Re: What day of the month does your FICO most likely change

I have had ScoreWatch since June 24th.  Since then, I have completely paid off two credit cards, opened a new account, removed a collection from my credit report, and caught up a past due payment.  Yet I have not received ONE ALERT from score watch.  My truecredit report has jumped nearly 70 points, but myFico hasn't sent one alert.  I'm rethinking keeping it.  Anyone had a similar experience???
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Re: What day of the month does your FICO most likely change



Redbud wrote:
 Anyone had a similar experience???

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Re: What day of the month does your FICO most likely change

I don't buy it...FICO changes almost any day there is new info on an account. I checked my email for all the days scorewatch sent me alerts--they are on all different days of the week.
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Re: What day of the month does your FICO most likely change

I have called ScoreWatch customer service 3x and they keep telling me there are no alerts for me yet.   I'm sure that the by the end of June every credit card company and collection agency has reported, so how can there possibly be NO alerts for me?  I'll give it two weeks and then I'm cancelling it.  I was expecting an alert at least 1x or 2x a week.
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