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Credit Card not showing up on reports
My first National Bank Omaha credit card is not showing up on either report. I've had the card for probably 12 years. Anyone else have this issue? Anything I can do - it will help my report.

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I have couple of FNBO cards and they do report to all three Bureaus, I would give them a call, they are very pleasant to deal with.

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I would contact them and ask them if they report to the credit bureaus or not. Some lenders simply do not report, some lenders may only report to one bureau (maybe Experian, not shown here). Hopefully they do report and you can get this straightened out. A google search may help you find your answer, but I would call them anyway.

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Experian reports are not availablle here but you can see them when you do your annual credit report review, as we are advised to do.

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