We send a range of account information including credit limit, account balance, scheduled monthly payment, payment history and status of the account.
The information we report is required to be complete and accurate. Because of this, we don’t make goodwill or courtesy credit report adjustments. We understand that you may be concerned about the potential impact of a late payment. Learn more about credit reporting information, including tips for raising your credit score.
A payment can be reported as past due if it’s received 30 or more days after the due date.
You’re entitled to a free credit report every 12 months from each of the three major credit reporting agencies. To get your report or for more information, go to annualcreditreport.com.
If you think we’ve reported information incorrectly, you can dispute it with us and/or with the credit reporting agency.
Please send us detailed information indicating what you think is inaccurate and why, and include any documentation you have. This may include marked-up copies of the credit report specifying the information that is being disputed, front and back of a check, stop-payment confirmations or express mail receipts. Send it to:
Credit Bureau Dispute Processing
PO Box 15369
Wilmington, DE 19850-5369
You can also provide it directly to the credit reporting agency using the information below:
Closing a credit card may impact your credit report negatively depending on your credit reporting history. You should review your individual situation and determine what action is best for you.
Asking to increase your credit limit may result in an inquiry on your credit report.
The late payment being reported may be a result of unpaid residual interest. Generally, residual interest, also known as trailing interest, is the amount of interest from the date the last statement was generated until the balance is paid in full.