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FICO: how soon does a paymentl show up-in order to reduce your outstanding balances?

I heard that CC companies typically report balances only once per month. Is this true ? How about AMEX?
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Re: FICO: how soon does a paymentl show up-in order to reduce your outstanding balances?

Yep, once per month.

Amex also reports once per month, but they report a month behind.
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Re: FICO: how soon does a paymentl show up-in order to reduce your outstanding balances?

And most CCCs report the balance on your statement at about the same time that they cut the statement.
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