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What happened to the calendar that showed when credit companies were going to report your balance?

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TO FIND REPORTING DATE

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Click on either TRANS or EQUIFAX - your score is shown.  Scroll to the bottom of the page and select SEE FULL CREDIT REPORT.

Next, select "ACCOUNTS" -  Now you will see all of your accounts.  To determine which day a  company posts to the Credit reporting agencies, click on the account name.  This will now open a window showing you all that you need to know about the account.  It will also show you the Last reporting date.  That date generally is the day of the month the company reports.  It is also generally 2-3 days after your DUE date.

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i don't know of any calendar, but i can tell you all of my credit cards report the balance as of the end of the billing statement. watch for the balance on these dates and that is the amount reported...

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Report your balance?

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The only "calendar" I knew of, and is no longer showing up, at least on my reports, are the ones that show when something is due to be removed/will drop off, from my credit report. Are you by chance thinking of that calendar?

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No idea.  Your reports will indicate when your accounts reported.

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