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how do I make them add accounts to transunion report
How do I get cards to show up on transunion that are on equifax since they haven;t for over a year and change my credit score by over 100 points between the 2 agencies?

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Contact the issuer(s)

Contact the credit card issuers and ask them which bureaus they report to. If they do not report to all three, try to get a card that does, and transfer all your balances to it (leaving the other ones unused).

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Basic answer is that you can not.

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You apparently have not read the credit articles on this site or you would be more concerned about cleaning up all of your credit scores than trying to get your credit cards reported to your PET credit bureau.  Creditors choose which credit bureaus they want to consult with, and that is something you will never have any control over. This will be a fact for the rest of your life.

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