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Registered: ‎11-14-2007

Another question

Hello all.  Another question.. When paying off credit cards and/or student loans etc.. what is considered "late"?  What if its one day or so late but not reported as such to the credit reporting agency until 30 days past due.  Does this still count against you somehow? Like if the credit card company is thinking of increasing your balance, they won't do it..?
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Registered: ‎07-24-2007

Re: Another question

30 days - after that you're late. NEVER assume they won't report you if you are only 1 or 2 days late.   
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