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fixing a few account settings
I have two issues:

1. I accidentally set my one of my credit cards as "does not report to TransUnion." How can I adjust it to show that it does report?

2. My credit union launched a completely new website and required us to create new login credentials. As a result, Credit Karma cannot connect to my account information. Is there anywhere to update my profile with my new credentials?

Any and all help is appreciated.

Thanks!

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1. How did you set your card like that? If you can set it online, you normally can invert the setting online. If not, a call to the credit grantor (bank/credit union...) would do the job. Note that some credit grantors do not report to all 3 credit bureaus.

2. Either just wait for your credit union to upgrade its website/interface and support Credit Karma, or vice versa, wait for Credit Karma to upgrade and support your credit union's new interface. I would not worry much for it, it's just a sync feature, which does not affect your credit report or credit score. You just have to use credit union website to check your account there instead of having an all-in-one portfolio on Credit Karma website.

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