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Re: How many days do YOU PIF before statement cut?

Joesh wrote:

So does reporting 0% utilization actually help your score? I thought the goal was to report between a small nonzero amount (like 5%)

Not really; you're right, reporting a small nonzero amount is best! I'm just discussing having an overall utilization with just one card reporting, instead of all my cards reporting balances.

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