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I found an old thread about people experiencing trouble with experian update through myfico. I seem to be having the same issue. Eqifax and TransUnion are correct in updating however, nothing will trigger a change unless I purchase a new report. I called customer service and they said everything is ok with the system and my options were to purchase a single report from experian or be patient and wait. Does anyone have experience with this issue? And if you have what did you do to fix the situation.
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Re: Experian

You can try getting the score from your credit cards. I haven't received an update to my scores in a while. Credit Karma has up to date information. If they were to offer a premium service, I would sign up.

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Re: Experian

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My Experian FICO score improved by 21points over a week age, and it still hasn't shown up on MyFico. My TU and EQ report to MyFico in a timely manner. However, I do remember reading something (from here, probably) that Experian's monthy update is the Saturday after the first full week of the month.



ETA: Yes, I know this is an old post - but I thought I'd chime in with my experience anyway.




Starting EQ 553 TU 541 Jan2017
Current EQ 679 TU 680 EX 687
Goal: 680 ATB

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