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Hey Bob, would you consider adding credit.com to the spreadsheet?

 

Also, now that their format has changed, I don't see any dates like when the report was generated or when it updates??? :dntknw::unsure:

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Hey Bob, would you consider adding credit.com to the spreadsheet?

 

Also, now that their format has changed, I don't see any dates like when the report was generated or when it updates??? :dntknw::unsure:

Credit.com is 30 days after the last score provided, so it depends on the individual.

 

C.c also fails with frozen Experian reports. :(

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Hey Bob, would you consider adding credit.com to the spreadsheet?

 

Also, now that their format has changed, I don't see any dates like when the report was generated or when it updates??? :dntknw::unsure:

Credit.com is 30 days after the last score provided, so it depends on the individual.

 

I just don't remember when that was, and there isn't dates shown either. :(

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Just keep trying for a new score. ;)

 

C.c looks like it will automatically update monthly now.

 

You have to enroll, but I fail because Experian is frozen.

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Just keep trying for a new score. ;)

 

C.c looks like it will automatically update monthly now.

 

I will keep trying, should be any day now. I'm just impatient and a little miffed that the next update date isn't shown like it used to be. Or at least the date the report/scores were generated. :glare::D

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