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johnpalley
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1 cra is supposed to stop au's in september. did it happen yet?

and if so which company is it that doesn't count them now?
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Re: 1 cra is supposed to stop au's in september. did it happen yet?



johnpalley wrote:
and if so which company is it that doesn't count them now?

No changes yet! AU's should still count for a while.
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Re: 1 cra is supposed to stop au's in september. did it happen yet?

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im still wating for 4 accounts to post that i got added to as an au and its been 75 days but none of them have posted. i have scorewatch and i havent recieved any alerts saying i have a new account. i thought that was kind of weird. scorewatch is definitely supposed to tell me that right?

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Re: 1 cra is supposed to stop au's in september. did it happen yet?



johnpalley wrote:
im still wating for 4 accounts to post that i got added to as an au and its been 75 days but none of them have posted. i have scorewatch and i havent recieved any alerts saying i have a new account. i thought that was kind of weird. scorewatch is definitely supposed to tell me that right?

Message Edited by johnpalley on 09-16-2007 08:28 PM

Scorewatch updates seem to be slow these days and remember it will only alert changes on EQ. I suggest you have the primary card holder call the CCCs and ask if they report AU accounts, be persistent but not rude. You may have to give your SS# too. CCCs are not required to report anything to the CRAs and this includes AU accounts.

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