How often do your FICO® Scores see updates? That depends on your credit activity, and how often new information is added to your credit report. Listen in to learn more about how you impact the updates your FICO Scores receive.
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Welcome to Credit 101, simple answers to the most common credit questions like… "How often is my FICO Score updated?"
Well, it most cases, it's up to you! Your FICO® Score is likely to change whenever information in your credit report changes for any number of reasons. For example, maybe you opened or closed an account. Or you paid off a loan. Or you maxed out a credit card. Or you missed one or more payments. And your score can also change when a lender reports new activity to the credit bureau. This can usually take 30 to 45 days depending on the financial institution.
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