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How can I get an account that is not reporting to report using Credit Karma?

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Credit Karma gets its information from Transunion.  You can find out which credit bureau  receives information on that account by going to annualcreditreport.com and getting copies of all 3 credit reports.  While you're looking them over, cjheck for errors and file disputes on the errors with the credit bureau reporting them.  They will have to investigate and either verify or delete said item.

When you find the information about the avccount you mentioned, you can ask the creditor if they would report to Transunion.  But it really isn't that big a deal since the information on this site is for YOUR usage in making financial decisions by seeing online what the results of certain financial decisions may be if you make a particular decision.  Use the Credit Simulator for an idea.  This site is a tool for you to use and is not one of the credit bureaus used by any creditors.

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