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Why do I see an updated Experian score but my bank does not?
I did a self check and got the exact same score the bank pulled, both of us using Experian. 10 days later mine went up a good amount, but the bank reports on their end it's the same. :( Is there a delay on their end? I did get a delete for a charge off after paying in full, so an increase was anticipated. I'm so disappointed that they aren't seeing it. What gives?

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You must be getting your Experian score elsewhere, because it is not available here.  Credit score fluctuate a lot, usually not by a whole lot.  The articles here may explain why better than I can.  As long as there is no downward trend, I wouldn't be worrying about it.

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Directly from Experian, but my scores here support the notable increase.

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No, there is not a delay on their end. Something funny going on there for sure. Maybe look for a new bank.

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