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How long after paying off a car does it take to show on credit report

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It could tale 14-60 days for this to appear on your Credit Report here on CK where you will see a decline in your credit score.   Look at the date that the finance company normally reports to the credit bureau.  It should be reported near that date monthy.   If the payoff was after the most current report, then it will during the next month.  Some items are updated at the actual bureau in batches, it would be reflected in that batch update.   The information should be available to CK on your weekly update after that time.   The finance company may not report to all three bureaus at the same time so it could take a few more days for all updates to be processed.

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