With the Contacts advanced setting days-credit-report-valid, you can determine the number of days a credit report is valid by typing a positive integer in the days-credit-report-valid box. The positive integer corresponds to the number of days a credit report is considered valid. If a credit report is valid, BriteCore will hide the Get Credit Score button. If a credit report expires or is no longer valid, BriteCore will display the Get Credit Score button.
This setting requires a positive integer in the days-credit-report-valid box.
This setting’s default value is 0, so the credit report is never stored and can be pulled again at any time.
Changing the default
Changing the days-credit-report-valid value to a positive integer triggers BriteCore to store the credit report and consider it valid for the number of days indicated by the positive integer. While the credit report is stored and valid, BriteCore automatically hides the Get Credit Score button. When a credit report expires or is no longer valid, BriteCore automatically displays the Get Credit Score button again.