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05-06-2007 07:27 AM - edited 05-06-2007 07:27 AM
LadyFICO wrote:Something I noticed I have two hsbc (orchard) cc and they both just reported to eq I guess overnight no statement has cut yet so I guess we should always be aware of our usage on this one. Also, this update has not hit the other two bureaus yet nor have I received an alert from scorewatch to let me know of any score changes which I believe should occur due to now four cards I have paid down from max should be showing . I'm almost inclined to think that maybe eq batches the changes for x number of days and makes a score determination for the month. Whereas the other two adjust your scores as soon as a change occurs. Making EQ the hardest for me to get a huge point boost like the other bureaus. Just some more thoughts.Usually HSBC and Orchard s/p will report end of month regardless of the statement date. Check in to when the date is report 'as of' and that will give you a good idea of when to make sure your balances are lowest. As the PP said, it is almost impossible to goodwill ANYTHING out of these two cards so remain perfect.
05-06-2007 02:36 PM - edited 05-06-2007 02:37 PM
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05-06-2007 05:17 PM
Drew wrote:Congratulations.How are you getting your FICO scores?
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