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How to get Equifax to add accounts that are not reporting?
Equifax is not showing numerous credit card accounts that are showing on the other two bureaus, causing a hundred point difference. How can I get them to properly report all the accounts? It appears they did before, but recently do not.

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im going through the same

my capital one is not reporting and one lady said i can do a rapid response credit check,ve asked capital one to do it many times and nothing.so now im filing reports with each credit company

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Hi steve,

There's nothing you can do about this, usually. Lenders are not required to report to all 3 bureaus, so many do not. You can start by calling your lenders and asking that they report to Equifax. They are not obligated to do so, but they may honor your request. 

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