12-19-2010 10:36 AM
New score was supposed to arrive on 12/18/10.
Normally it takes a few hours into the the next day (usually before 2am) for my score to arrive, but it hasn't happened this time...
Perhaps because today is Sunday?
12-20-2010 10:53 AM
I can't verify if you were or were not supposed to get your TU report on the 18th, but it looks like it's available to you as of this morning. Your next one is due on 3/23/11.
12-26-2010 06:33 AM
Yeah, mine was supposed to be available today today but I do not see it. Says "Next report updates 12/26/10." But I do not know where to get it or what to do to get it.
12-27-2010 05:53 AM
*groan* The report still hasn't refreshed. ;(
12-30-2010 10:31 AM
I am guessing the reports wanted time off for the holidays too.
01-02-2011 06:00 PM
I'm having the same issue. No score although it was supposed to be updated on 1.1.11. I know there was a holiday but I'm hoping for an update tomorrow...
01-15-2011 04:17 PM
Is this a new and ongoing issue with TU quarterly monitoring?
My report was due yesterday 01/14/11 and I still haven't received it. I can't contact MyFico because they're officially closed until Tuesday (being that Monday is a holiday).
What gives with these delays???
01-26-2011 08:31 AM
Same issue...my next report/score was due yesterday 01/25/2011. I got an alert a little while ago telling me my address had been changed to an old address I haven't used for over a year. It was an apartment and I'm concerned that maybe whoever lives there now may have received some sort of bulk mail offer in my name. The post office only forwards mail for a year. So, I logged in but can't seem to get any more info about it because the only report I have access to is an old one.
Can someone please clarify this for me (and everyone else having the same issue)? Is there a time-zone glitch or something?? I'm on the east coast. If TUQM is on the west coast...or (g-d forbid) overseas...what time/day should I expect to actually see my updated report?
Thanks, in advance, for any advice.
01-27-2011 11:44 AM
The consumer end of FICO is in California, so that might well be it.
Since this does keep happening over and over, maybe it would be a good idea to just add a mental asterisk to the date and not expect it until the next day.
(Ideally, they would add a note giving a heads-up on the TU Quarterly site, but I'm not holding my breath...)
It's frustrating, I know, when you expect something to happen on a specific date.
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