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 Can credit card companies sue if you don't pay?

Answer A contract must be signed before a credit card is issued, and these contracts always specify what can happen if you default on payments. These specifications always include the possibility of suing... Read More »
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If I Negotiate With Credit Card Companies Myself, Will It Negatively Affect My Credit Score?

If you lose your income, you may find yourself with credit card accounts that you are having trouble paying. As these balances become past due and move further into delinquency, account holders may... Read More »
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When do credit card companies report to the credit bureaus?

While a credit card company can choose to report to the credit bureaus at any time, most credit card companies report account information every 30 days. Some companies report every 60 days.Source:C... Read More »
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When do credit card companies report to credit agencies?

Credit card companies, along with almost all other lenders, report monthly to credit agencies such as Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion. Information such as account balance, monthly payment amount,... Read More »
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When do credit card companies update to the credit bureau?

Credit card companies provide updated account information every month to the three major credit reporting bureaus (TransUnion, Equifax, and Experian). However, it can take an additional month for t... Read More »
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