01-26-2013 02:08 PM
While it isnt normal, we have to accept thats a small flaw in the program to double report.
It does happen once in awhile, but your scores rebound the next the month once reported properly. YMMV for when this happens but I havent seen anything longer then 30 days in my own experiences.
01-26-2013 07:00 PM
The double alerts are normal and it can be changed if annoying. By default, your SW subscription within your Settings will alert you to any CC that increases by $x and also by x%. I think the default is $5 and 5%, though I can't recall. Anyway, anytime your CC increases by both $x and x%, then you'll see a double alert. To get rid of the extra going forward, you can go into settings and set either $x or x% to "N" for no and the double aerts will go away.
01-26-2013 10:03 PM
anytime your CC increases by both $x and x%, then you'll see a double alert.
To get rid of the extra alert, you can go into settings and set either $x or x% to "N" for no and the double aerts will go away.
Yes of course, this makes complete sense, thank you so much. I just updated my alerts and turned 1 off.
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