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How long does it take for removed collection items to show on this site if they were removed today?
I have an item that is showing in both the open collections tab as well as in the removed collections tab. The item was "removed" today and only from one Credit reporting company. Do I need to take additional steps?

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You will probably see the change next time Credit Karma updates, I think they update every 5 days, look under your scores on your home page and it should say when the next update is. If the collection did not remove from the other bureau(s) then you will have to contact them if it is not supposed to be on there. Remember though, that just because one bureau changes the information on their report for you it is not grounds to change the reports on the other bureaus, they are separate companies and do not work together as one.

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