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why don't payments come off my credit when I pay them off, it's been over 30 days

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Assuming you are referring to your account balances, most credit card companies transmit updated payment and balance information to the credit bureas once a month, typically anywhere from two days to two weeks after your statement is issued.  Once the updated balance is reported to the credit bureaus, Credit Karma won't see the new balance until after your next weekly update.

If you receive the monthly statement from your credit card and make a payment right away, it may be another three weeks before your next monthly statement is generated.  Add another week or two for the new statement information to be reported to the credit buraus.  Then add another week for Credit Karma to update.  All together, this means changes typically take 30 - 60 days before showing up on Credit Karma.

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