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Equifax not updating
What's going on with Equifax not updating? My last update from them on this site was over a month ago?

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My last Equifax update was in October 2015. The information on my dashboard has been out-of-date for well over a year now :(

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Don't expect you updates

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More often than every 5 or 6 weeks. 

Credit reporting and cross reporting is a slow moving beheamouth. 

I bought a new car at the end of the year. The new loan showed up on my Experian report at the end of January,  today its reporting on Eqifax. But still hasn't shown up on my Transunion. 

Yes, it can be that slow before info updates on your reports. If someone were to do a hard inquiry that would produce a more updated report because the system would go looking for the most current info.

Hopes that helps with understanding why your info seems out of date. 

Good luck

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You are a moron...it has bot updated in over 2 years dummy.

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