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Accounts are missing from Credit Karma's reports but are present on my real TransUnion report, why?
I don't think that TransUnion is providing all the account information that is actually on my TransUnion report to either Credit Karma or myFICO. I've disputed this with TransUnion, only to receive a mailed copy of my report showing all the accounts; but those accounts are still missing from these sites. I strongly believe this is hurting my respective scores (primary concern is myFICO).

Has anyone else had this happen? What did you do about it?

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TU accounts missed by CK

Yes.  On CK, Equifax reports 29 accounts; whereas CK reports only 9 accounts from TU.  I contacted multiple creditors reported by Equifax on CK and they say they report to TU as well.  This appears to hurt my CK score.

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Same issue here....

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