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My HSBC loan is now down to 196.
My HSBC loan is no longer at the 4000. Plus it is at the $196. That I owe. Why hasnt that changed at the transunion.

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HSBC no longer at $4000 plus.

I have used my income tax to pay it down to $196, that is all I owe now. Wouldnt my scoe be better.

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creditors normally report the changes every 30 days... sometimes longer. go to the left menu where it says credit cards, click on your hsbc account and itll say when it was last updated.... you can expect 30 days from that date at least. 

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