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Less utilization of credit card but no increase in credit score ?
I just utilized my credit card very less but still there was no increase in credit score for two weeks. Apart from that i made payments within time which was associated to my SSN.
How many days it will take to raise my credit score ?

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Wait it out.

You are not going to see a significant jump in credit score after two weeks because credit card companies (and most other creditors) report to credit bureaus once a month.  And....since the information on this site is from Transunioin, if your credit card company repor ts to Experian or Equifax, you likely will not see any jump in score on this site at all.  The purpose of Credit Karma is to teach about credit and the credit score here is only an approximation of real credit score. Nothing shown here is reported to anyone else.

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