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Any chance of adding Experian to the mix? It would be nice ensure all three reports are the same.
Have fixed some errors on my Equifax and Transunion, but they likely are still on Experian, no way to know.

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Not allowed to show Experian and its information is not necessary to achieve Credit Karma'spurpose which is to TEACH how credit works, and they do so very well wsith the information currently available.

BTW, few, if any, business, report to more than two credit bureaus, nor are they required to do so.

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"BTW, few, if any, business, report to more than two credit bureaus"

This is not correct. Many lenders report to all three credit bureaus. In most cases, but NOT all, lenders will either report to only one credit bureau or all three. Usually NOT just two bureaus. From what I find, many lenders today will report to all three credit bureaus, but there are a few lenders that only report to one bureau and there are also many lenders that DO NOT report to any credit bureau.

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Get your Experian report somewhere else, even if it costs you money. You NEED to know what is on it, especially if you had errors on the other two reports. You can get one free report per year from each bureau at the site annualcreditreport. Don't be cheap or lazy when it comes to your credit, get on it and do what you have to in order to get your Experian report and fix any errors that you have.

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