Is the issue that you have a credit card that you paid the entire balance, and the creditor has not yet updated the current balance to show $0?
Creditors usually update only once a month, and it has only been 5 days since you paid.
It takes a few days for the creditor to process a payment, post to their accounting records, and then new billing and reporting to the CRAs is delayed until the next regular monthly billing to the consumer and/or reporting to the CRA.
OP, no one on this forum has control over anything related to your personal credit card account. I'm unclear who it is that you're trying to communicate with and/or what your goal is?
Ok I paid my full balance on April 18th I really needy credit limit to reset I'm hungry and going without due to you ppl not doing your jobs. Please don't make me close this account today
Okay, I’m taking a stab at this.
Your CL is $500. You charged a total of $490, and on April 18th you PIF. Your CL hasn’t updated back to $500 as of April 4/23, 5 days later. As @RobertEG said, it’s only been 5 days.
Now granted, all my cards adjust my CL once payment has been received, but I have history with them and I push payments through my billpay.
Is this a new card, is this a subprime card, is this a secured card? Did you send payment snail mail? Did you pull payment? Just throwing some questions out there because you haven’t given us any info to go on.
And I hope you’re joking about going hungry because the CL hasn’t reset. Because if you close the account, that’s only hurting you, not the lender.