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didnt add good credit to my account
we tried to establish our credit but you dont have any of the good listed aarons furniture we pay monthly on time even ahead we bought from them since 2005 a2000$ refridgerator,a 2000$ tv & now we are buying a love seat and a mattress set so why arent they on these reports?So we are no good because we dont muse a credit card? isnt that discrimination.I have a mastrcard debit card for my disability check i order on line with it and purchase nwithit and pay bills with it. so make sure you add the good credit on these reports.

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Reality check,

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most furniture and pay by the month or pay to own type companies don't report your payments or credit purchases.  They finance those sales through their own finance companies or in house lender and don't belong to the credit reporting agencies.  They would have to pay to report your info and they choose not to.  

Credit Karma reflects what reported to your TransUnion Credit report.  So if they don't report it you won't find it here.

A master card debit card does not report anything either. The mastercard logo is so you can make purchases where they accept mastercard, nothing else. It is not credit.  

Good luck 

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