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ally credit card not listed
unable to add to accounts

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If it is a credit card and not their debit card, contact Ally and inquire if they do indeed report.  Not all firms do and its voluntary if they do. Also inquire if they report to 1 or all 3 bureaus. If they state they do and your account is more than 60 days old Inquire of the reporting date and ensure your personal information is correct.   Then inquire through written correspondence to the bureaus the status of the reporting, be prepared to send proof of the account as well as proof of your identity.  

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The information here is from Transunion and Equifax and that is fine for Credit Karma's purpose (credit education) and Ally could report to Experian, which CK is not allowed access to. You can find out who shows this account when you do your annual credit report check, as is advised in the credit articles here.

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