How often does your credit score update?



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10 Responses

  1. TECHGUYSMARKETING says:

    Funny how they update my credit bureau the moment I buy something but when I pay off a card it's been weeks no change in the balance… they even when past the date they updated it last month? This credit system is a complete SCAM!!!!!!

  2. garredneck says:

    I’m in the situation where I paid down a couple credit cards within the last 60 days with no charge to my credit score or the amount, but I changed something at JCPennys and it went on my credit report instantly?

  3. Munchn Meech says:

    My balance closing statement is on the 10 due the credit bureaus update it the same day

  4. Rene Alvarez says:

    There is not one creditor that reports credit to the bureaus on the same day. So no credit does not change everyday

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  6. Sam Sung says:

    I find that my score typically updates every month depending on my credit utilization. You can track your score anytime with credit karma or credit sesame. Credit Sesame is better in my opinion….

  7. Fernando V says:

    Great video!

  8. John Slyfield says:

    Also if you have derogatory information your score could change based on how long since you had troubles. While bankruptcy stays on your report for up to ten years, the impact at year seven will be much lower than right after chapter 7 discharge. Miss a payment? Your score took a dip. Make payments on time for two years expect to make a portion of that dip up.

  9. Steven Miller says:

    Very good explanation

  10. P. A. says:

    I have found that if I use my Capital One card, they report immediately. When I made an especially a very large one payment, they didn't report for 2 MONTHS! What's up with that? Once they did, my score skyrocketed. My scores are very high, between 790 and 810, but still.

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