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When will credit One report to the credit bureaus
I have searched high and low and I can't seem to find anything that states when Credit One credit reports to the agencies. I have two cards that still have not reported and I payed there balances below the 30%on the 6th of this month.

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You can contact Credit One and ask the following 1) which bureaus do they report to, and 2) what day each month do they send their data to the credit bureaus?  

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Give them time.

They likely report once a month, so it isn't going to show up immediately.  In fact, they might just report quarterly, but they don't have to make it public as to when they report.

And hoiw about getting your usage below 20% for a better score, and try to pay off all credit cards in full every month.  That will REALLY help your credit!!

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