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how can i make my att account appear on my credit

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The only thing you could do is ask ATT to report to the credit bureaus, they will most likely tell you no, but you could make the request and see what happens. There is currently talk of FICO running a new program to use utilitly payment history to gauge the credit worthiness of people with thin or no credit profiles. You can find some articles about this around the net.

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I've had AT&T accounts, both landline and wireless, for decades, but they've never shown up on my credit reports. Apparently, they don't report to the credit bureaus--although it's possible they do if an account is delinquent. In other words, if you're a good customer, always paying on time, they don't report that, but if you get behind, they might.

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