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my card company is not reflecting the current amount owed
I am asking how to get my card companies to reflect current credit utilization on all three credit reports.

I am aware that they are supposed to do this every 30 to 60 days but boa has had the incorrect info in my Experian report for over 3 months.

Any suggestions on how to fix this aside from trying to call them (I already have)

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Call BOA one mor time then if that doesn't work ask to speak to their supervior they have to complie with the request and explain your situation....though I must say I have a CC with them and never had a problem with there reporting....if Bank of America can't solve the reporting issue then contact experian about the discrepency

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Make sure every letter of your information is correct with the lender.  Name, address, Social SS#. Ask them what date they sent your private data to Experian. Maybe the two accounts are not matching up.

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