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how long does it take credit karma to report corect balances
i payed my one credit card off in full march 2nd $4008.00 it still shows a $4008.00 credit card balance when will this report show the zero balance it is and bring my score up ????

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It will update whenever the credit card company reports the new balance to the credit bureau. This will either be a couple days after your next statement cycle, or around the 1st of the month. You can call and ask the bank when they report. 

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I've had a credit card for over 2 months and my score has not been changed at all. Also Credit Karma shows my auto insurance as a D grade yet I have had a perfect driving record for 20 years and no insurance issues. Your information is not accurate.

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i own two homes never put in a claim in 40 years but credit karma list me in the red Why ?? 

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