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How to connect an account NOT in CK's list?
When I go to the "Manage Accounts" page and attempt to "Add a Connection," I'm stuck. There is no way to enter a creditor's name and account number manually--you have to "Search for Banks or Lenders" under "Find Your Bank or Lender"--and if it's not in the list, you can't add it. I have several accounts that definitely report to the credit bureaus, but they're not in CK's list. One is an Amazon Store Card, another is a Motorola Credit Account, and another is a Walmart Visa. Interestingly, the Amazon and Walmart accounts are handled by the same site, onlinecreditcenter6.com, that handles my Chevron account--and the Chevron account *IS* able to be connected. So it's just weird. I'd like to be able to connect all of my accounts. Any way to do this?

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Hi there,

Not all lenders can be connected. Each must be configured manually and some have different security requirements. To inquire further, contact support@creditkarma.com. 

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