When Does Bank of America Report to Credit Bureaus?

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When Does Bank of America Report to Credit Bureaus?

Banks report to credit bureaus regularly, which is typically monthly. They may also report more frequently if there are significant changes in your account status, such as when you open a new account or close an existing one. The information that is reported includes both positive and negative information, such as whether you made your payments on time or missed a payment.

This article will discuss the time frame and information . This can assist you in determining when information is shared with your lenders and the amount of time you have to make corrections to errors in your report. As you will soon learn, DoNotPay can assist you in cleaning up your credit report faster and easier than if you were to do it yourself.

What Information Does Bank of America Report to Credit Bureaus?

a credit card's credit limit, account balance, payment history, and more to all three of the major credit bureaus (TransUnion, Equifax, and Experian).

However, depending on the applicant's home state and other factors, Bank of America may report to a specific credit bureau more than others. If you need to contact any of them, you can contact them here:

Bank of America1 (757) 677-4701 or

1 (315) 724-4022

Bank of America, Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
Equifax(866) 349-5191Equifax Information Services LLC, P.O. Box 740256, Atlanta, GA 30348
Experian(888) 397-3742Experian, P.O. Box 4500, Allen, TX 75013
TransUnion(800) 916-8800 TransUnion LLC Consumer Dispute Center, P.O. Box 2000, Chester, PA 19016

How Often Does Bank of America Report to Credit Bureaus?

to all three major credit bureaus. This is usually within a few days after the end of the cardholder's monthly billing period. Once Bank of America has reported your account information, it may take a few days before your credit record is updated. New account holders' credit information may take one to two billing periods after receipt of the credit card before the account information is posted to the credit bureaus.

What Effect Do Credit Bureau Updates Have On My Report?

is just one small piece of your credit report. Other creditors may update the bureaus at different times of the month. As this new information arrives, your score will fluctuate. The following factors can also affect your score:

  • The scoring company used. Even though the two proprietary scoring formulas, FICO and VantageScore, are used, the factors may be weighted differently between both companies.
  • Not every creditor reports to all three bureaus. As a result, the data received for your report can vary.
  • The credit bureaus are continually adding new information as it is reported. As a result, your report is continually changing.

What Other Creditors Report Monthly That Can Affect My Score?

In addition to Bank of America's monthly credit bureau reports, other companies typically report monthly which can affect your credit rating. These are as follows:

  1. Non-bank credit card issuers such as American Express, Diners Club, and Discover.
  2. Department stores.
  3. Oil and gas companies.
  4. Other creditors that receive monthly installment payments.

Why It's Important to Know When Creditors Report

Since creditors submit their data at varying times of the month, you may see variations in your rating and account balances. For example, you may have paid off an account in full only to find the balance is still reported as unpaid on your account. This is because that creditor simply hasn't reported your updated information yet. The end of billing cycles can result in some shifts in credit scores for many consumers. However, once the payments are posted, the score normalizes. Since credit card companies are providing a snapshot of your current balance when they report to the bureaus, it's more accurate to track your balances by the statement closing date. Paying your outstanding balances before the closing date will always help your overall credit rating. Another method is to submit multiple payments throughout the month. This can also keep your overall balance in check and improve your credit utilization percentage.

If you need to raise your score a few points to meet loan approval qualifications, or you're trying to get in on a better interest rate, your lender may pay a fee to receive a rapid rescore to update your report in just two to three days. This may require you to first pay off an account so that the new balance is reflected in the updated report.

How DoNotPay Can Help Clean Up Your Credit Report

How to clean up your credit report using DoNotPay: If you want to clean up your credit report but don't know where to start, DoNotPay has you covered in 3 easy steps:

  1. Search Clean Credit Report on DoNotPay.

  2. Prepare a recent copy of your credit report that you can use as a reference.

  3. Let us guide you through the 4 potential options:
  1. If you've already paid off your debt, we'll help you file a Goodwill Removal Request to get it removed.

  2. If you notice any errors in your report (we have a list of common errors you can use!), we'll help you file a credit dispute to the creditor or major credit bureaus.

  3. If there are no errors, we'll check if you're still eligible to file a debt validation request. If they can't validate your debt, they're required to remove it from your report and they can't collect it!

  4. Lastly, if none of the above options work, we'll help you file a pay-to-delete negotiation letter. You can customize the amount you are willing to pay in exchange for getting the item removed.

And that’s not all you can do with the app.

DoNotPay Can Solve Your Other Credit Issues

In addition to helping clear your credit report, DoNotPay can assist you with other credit-related situations. Try some of these tips:

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