As the information on your credit report gets updated, your credit score fluctuates. New balances, bill payments, and account openings are just a few of the elements that appear on your credit report and affect your credit score.
Your credit score should be updated at least once a month, but it may be updated more regularly if you have various financial products. Your credit score may be refreshed each time one of your creditors forwards information to one of the three credit bureaus.
Because lenders do not all give updates on the same day, new data may be updated to your reports on a regular basis.