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BUG: The Credit Karma website does not use all payment histories on open accounts
I have a student loan, a Capital One Quicksilver, an Auto Loan, and a Charge Card for a local chain.

Both TU and EQ report these individually, monthly, and I've verified the payment history is correct.

I think there is a bug in the Credit Karma logic because it is only counting my student loan for payment history, when obviously there are a variety of account types with full histories reflected on both credit reports. The site is completely ignoring them.

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The purpose of Credit Karma is to TEACH how credit works and how to build a good score, and they do so very well.  It is up to the individuals to monitor their own credit history and see to the corrections.

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This isn't even related to what I said.

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