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When does credit score update? 7 days or 1 month.
Also i have three credit cards and on my credit reports they say that i only have 2. I recently just go this card a week ago. Thank you so much

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Your credit score can change at any time, or stay the same for a long time. It is more likely to change when new information is added to your report, or information is removed from your report. Your creditors tend to report your balances and payment history once per month. Account inquiries can be added at any time, usually right after you apply for a new line of credit. Public records can show up at any time, there is no specific reporting day. Credit Karma updates your score once per week, or whenever there is a change to your credit reports. Your score doesn't necessarily change every time your report or account is updated. 

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While CreditKarma will only update your Credit Score and Credit Report once every 7 days.  The information at the Credit Bureaus is being updated Daily.

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Credit scores are updated weekly, though the numbers do not always change.  Credit reports are updated monthly.

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What time exactly credit karma gets updated after 7 days?

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