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How often do companies report to the Credit Bereaus?
I have paid off debts this month and was wondering when they might show up on my credit report?

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It depends on the information that is being reported.   Think the Address change information might be reported daily or weekly ( someone else correct me if this is in correct )
As for your account infomration that is reported once a month,  should be about 7 to 10 days from the Statement Closing Date.  It could be shorter or longer in time but this is what I have tracked with my accounts.

For All of my accounts have a spreadsheet with  the accounts down the left hand side and the  days of the month acorss the top.   Then from the statements have placed

 S = Statement closing Date

 D = Due Date

 r  = ( Report's to Credit bureau ) 

So I have an Idea of when to look for Statements on the cards that have been used

Hope this helps

Credit History takes time so does your Credit Score.

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That did help very much, thank you. As well as your spreadsheet idea. I like that idea, it seems like it would be very useful. 

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