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Can you pay off your debt from credit karma?

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Credit Karma is here to teach how credit works and how to build a good credit score.  The information on the credit reports here is taken from your regular credit reports, but not all information.  You can get that from annualcreditreport.com and [you SHOULD check your reports annually to assure accuracy.  If youo haven't read the articles here, I advise doing so since it is valuable information..

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If you are asking if you can submit payments through the Credit Karma website, the answer is no. If you pull your report there is a section with contact information for each lender. You can contact them and work out payment if the accounts are in collection or currently closed. Also, Google can be useful to find phone numbers if you do not want to communicate via mail.

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