This is completely normal and is due to the fact that you typically need at least six months of credit history before you can see your score. Even if you’ve been an authorized user on someone else’s account for a while before getting a Fizz card, you still may have to wait until you’ve had your own line of credit for at least six months. You can read a little more about this phenomenon in this article.
Again, don’t worry. We know you’re itching to see your score and track your progress, but the first six months is a part of that process too. We’ll let you know as soon as your credit score is available to view. For now, just keep being responsible with credit and money. That’s the best thing you can do to help you score grow.
Sam is a Kenyon College alum and is head of content at Fizz. He's been a go to personal finance resource among his peers since getting his first credit card during his sophomore year of college. He hails from Washington, DC, loves all things aviation, and currently lives in Los Angeles.