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How often does Credit Karma update negative accounts?

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once a month.

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CK as well as all other financial institutions report and update once a month.  (and none of them on the same day!)  any "connected" accounts (the right side of the page on your credit card info) that you have on Credit Karma will update when ever you log in, the left side is whats report through transunion, is updated once a month.  You can see when it will be updated in little tiny letters under the balance due.

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oops   I have that backwards.  The right side of the credit info is from Transunion,  The left is your connected accounts.  you can expect it to be updated one month after the last update.

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