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Capital One secured credit card?

I have this card

http://basepic.com/images.php?di=B6GU

 

for about 120 days and still there is no credit score yet !! ? :smileysad:


I was careful about paying and payoff my debts on time. What should I do?

I need some credit score!

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Re: Capital One secured credit card?

You 


vladrad wrote:

I have this card

http://basepic.com/images.php?di=B6GU

 

for about 120 days and still there is no credit score yet !! ? :smileysad:


I was careful about paying and payoff my debts on time. What should I do?

I need some credit score!


You wont have a score until cap1 reports the month after 180 days... so 6 months



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Re: Capital One secured credit card?

Wow. They reported mine at around 30 days after opening...

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Ravensfan2001 wrote:
Wow. They reported mine at around 30 days after opening...

You missread.  The poster above was saying that the OP won't have a FICO score till after 6 months of account payment history.

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Re: Capital One secured credit card?

Ooops. I guess that's what happens when I try to read these forums from my iPhone first thing in the morning.... :smileyfrustrated:


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Mortgage Scores:(7/24/13 lender pull) TU 663 | EX 635 | EQ 649
Current Score (11/7/14): TU 664 | EX 605 (no update) | EQ 661
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Re: Capital One secured credit card?

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I got credit score :smileyhappy:

Maybe now is time for myFICO service. :smileyvery-happy:

 

Based on CK my Credit Score.

 

Transrisk score:  701

Auto Insurance score: 771

Vantage Score: 722

 

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Re: Capital One secured credit card?

Congrats.  What was your score?



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Trans risk:  701

Auto insurance: 771

Vantage score: 722

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Re: Capital One secured credit card?

Very nice!  Also, I can tell that was creditkarma.  :smileyhappy:



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Re: Capital One secured credit card?

After 4 months you should have a score already. I had mine for a month and scored. Maybe you should call them and look into it.

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