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Current Credit Card Balances
My Current Credit Card Balances are as follows:

First Premier $141.50
First Premier $223.70
Capital One $137.84

Why hasn't this information been reflected on my credit score.

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Once you make a payment it can take up to 60 days for the information to be updated at the Credit Bureaus.

Also,  you have been a member hear from "February 2012" and you are just now asking this question?

Credit History takes Time, so does your Credit Score.

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INCREASE IN CREDIT SCORE

My current balance with First Premier Bank credit card account ending in 2425 is $85.08,
My current balance with Capital One credit card account is $72.21,
Lexington Law Firm notified me that 5 items including repossession and bankruptcy have been removed from my Transunion credit and 3 items including bankruptcy have been removed from my Experian credit report. Why are'nt these removals and lowered balances reflected in my credit score?

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