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How do you get all your credit cards to show up on your credit report?

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You cannot do anything when it comes to that. Some lenders do not report to all credit bureaus and some lenders do not report to any. Only a lender or debt collector can add accounts to your reports, you cannot.

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Deosn't seem fair

I had that exact same question because I have two accounts that I have that are not on my credit report and I make payments on time.  I have had three accounts to get furniture and made sure I paid them off in less than 90 days and was told by the companies they would report it to the credit agencies. I don't see any of that.   I just see the negative stuff. 

I do not understand how they can get away with not reporting it.  If you get behind on making payments or stop all together; they will make sure they report it then.  How is that fair?   Just my opinion.  (this is not directed to anyone just a comment.)

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