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Registered: ‎11-27-2012
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DIFFERENT CREDIT REPORTING

So I pulled my FICO today and noticed that some of my accounts were showing that they are 30DL, and the same one is showing that its not late at all? 

Is that normal?

 

If so/not how can I correct that situation?

 

THANKS

"just trying to get my credit up..."
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Re: DIFFERENT CREDIT REPORTING

Perhaps it is reporting that you were previously delinquent, but that the current status is in good standing?

 

 

Regular Contributor
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Registered: ‎11-27-2012
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Re: DIFFERENT CREDIT REPORTING

Well in example, I have an account that is zeroed out, but TU shows it has "days late" and EQ shows nothing.

 

 

"just trying to get my credit up..."
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Re: DIFFERENT CREDIT REPORTING

Look in the full 7-yr history. Is there any lates showing?

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