04-05-2007 11:23 AM
twnkltoz wrote:I have mine set (supposedly) to notify me at every change in score. I got an alert last week for a 4pt increase, but I think it was 2-3 days after the change actually occurred. I went ahead and ran my free report today and got another 4pt increase, but no notification yet.Same here, everytime I get a new alert I modify my settings to the new score. Problem is that I know it is more than a week after being reported before I receive said alerts. Thew last tiem was over a monthI know a card that was showing maxed out (doesn't report a credit limit) reported 0 balance today on EQ. Just waiting to see how long it takes to update without pulling a score. Should be a significant increase since it will bring my utili from 34 to about ten and this one has no updated the past two billing cycles.
Message Edited by Brammy on 04-03-2007 10:46 PM
Message Edited by Brammy on 04-03-2007 10:51 PMThis one did indeed update by scorewatch today. Don't know if it helped that I adjusted my alerts to include the next thing a score increase would take me into new territory for. It was a nice 15 point bump
04-05-2007 01:24 PM
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