Reports in recent days indicated that Apple and Goldman Sachs, its partner on Apple Card, were not sending relevant information to credit bureaus. However, a source within Apple has disputed these claims, saying credit reporting is currently being rolled out.
Apple Card Credit Report Stories ‘Not Accurate’
Last week, Bloomberg News reporter Mark Gurman tweeted that Apple Card information was not going to Credit Bureaus.
MarketWatch made the same claim in a report published on Tuesday. However, this reporting was “not accurate,” an Apple source not authorized to speak on behalf of the company told AppleInsider. Furthermore, they said that “reporting on some customers is happening now, and everything will be reported” when the credit reporting system is rolled out in full.