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I'd be patient. From an IT standpoint, there are normal processes with how credit card companies do data transfer with the credit bureaus. And considering the sheer amount of data that come every day, there is usually a priority to them.
Inquiries from a creditor usually are posted within 24-72 hours. New cards, adjustments or cancellations can take anywhere from a few days to a couple of weeks ("7 to 10 business days" is common). Credit limits seem to be reported about the same time that statement dates close for card holders...usually toward the end of the third week of a month, give or take a week.
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