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I pulled my FICO scores today for the first time in almost a year. Under certain accounts, it shows late payments for one CRA but not for the others.

 

One or Two CRAs will show OK for payments but the 2nd or 3rd will show a 30 day late.

 

How can this be? Isnt the same data sent to each CRA?

 

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good to see you posting :wave:

 

first, were the accounts late? I mean, a full 30 days past the due date.

 

second, I suggest getting paper copies:

https://creditboards.com/forums/index.php?/topic/590506-ordering-paper-credit-reports-information-inside/&tab=comments#comment-5623246

 

third, it is not uncommon for the four major CRAs to have different data from the furnisher.

 

 

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A reference to OK suggests this is an online version of a report.  What is reflected on the actual paper reports from the four bureaus? 

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