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Can I ADD positive corporate credit card payments to my credit report?

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Sorry, but none of us can add a thing to our credit report accounts.  If items are not showing on any of the three credit bureau accounts, we can't do much about it.

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If it is a corporate credit card, it will never appear on your credit report unless it goes unpaid and then it would transfer to a personal account.  Corporate credit is reflected at Dunn and Bradstreet for the corporation.   The only company credit cards which would appear on your personal credit report is one where the card is in the name of the owner of the company as a personal account where you are reflected as an authorized user.   If it is in the name of the company, it will never appear in your credit profile

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