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My Chase Marriott statement cuts on the 26th. For September, that statement showed a horrific balance of $7900, on an $8,000 limit.

 

I was awaiting a large reimbursement which arrived a week later than I expected.

 

On October 1st, I paid that balance off in full, along with smaller balances on my two other Chase cards (they have statement closing dates of the 15th & 17th).

 

When I updated my reports today, all three Chase cards show with a zero balance, updated October 1.

 

I have never had a credit card update mid-month like that, but and I am thrilled I will not be showing that killer utilization all month.

 

Not sure if anyone else has experienced this from Chase, but they already had my banking business and were my two most used cards (Marriott and Amazon), but they just keep finding ways to earn my business.

 

When I look at how bad Lowe's sucks, as does Capital One, it is nice to have at least one credit partner you can count on.

 

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Be assured it most likely wasn't an attempt to help your reported UTI or earn your business.

 

Are you sure that the 26th wasn't the due date and perhaps statement cut a few days later?

 

In any case, glad Chase came through for you on this and are a good pairing, I luv me some Chase too!

 

Just that wouldn't imagine that I can count on them them as far as I can see them. Business as usual. Diversification is key. It's all about options, mini luv affairs, not so much :P

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yep Chase always updates immediately when you PIF.

huh, is good! I thought they always updated whatever the balance was on the statement date.

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Thanks for the info, Shifter. I guess I never noticed their policy as I try to not have balances carry over if possible.

 

Aware of any other cards that update upon PIF?

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