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I paid off 3 of my 4 accounts when will they clear?

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Give it at least 30 days for the activity to show up on your credit report, however it may take longer in some cases (up to 90 days) since there are a few creditors that report on a quarterly basis.

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30 days usually

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The best way to know is to contact your lenders and ask them for your cycling date. Your cycling date is the date your information is sent to the credit bureaus. Once your information is sent it usually take 30 days for the bureaus to update your information. I hope this helps!

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Should show up here (and on your credit report) around 30-60 days from date you paid them.

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