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Good history on TransUnion, No credit history on Experian??
I have gud credit history on TransUnion, but no history found on Experian, is that ok?
what to do to update credit history on Experian as well.

** Applied a new credit card & bank replied that it coud not found any credit history on Experian.

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Hello!

I know it seems strange, but this is not too unusual. Your creditors are not obligated to report to all 3 credit bureaus regarding your accounts. If none of your creditors report to Experian, then Experian will not have a report for you. While you can always ask your creditors to report to all three bureaus, they are not obligated to do so. 

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Contact Experian by phone and find out what is going on.  Perhaps your file is frozen or has a fraud alert placed on it.

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