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How often is credit score updated?

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Credit score

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The credit score is based on your file.  Your file is updated whenever your creditors send the credit agency, in credit Karmas case transunion, updated info.  Credit karma will compile your file and give you a new score weekly unless a credit alert happens in which case it will update the next time you log in.

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Looks to me like Credit Karma reports to us once a week, what was reported to them during the week..

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updates

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Love this site....Best ever but short of 100%....Updates not fast enough from creditors ..

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Score update

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Is it that bad they just will not answer the question?

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Credit Utilization

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I pay credit card balances, etc. using my debit card, should I use a reward card instead?

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