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how would i go about making sure loan office on personal loan is reporting all 3 credits
They are suppose to report to report to all three buraues per there manager, they were reporting that i paid they reported me opening it which dropped my score, then they reported my first payment now no reports for last several months showing up but when i went in to complain i was assured that they are reporting and that they are reporting to all 3 supposedly.

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You would look at your credit reports to see if they are reporting. If they are not, there isn't much you can do about it as it is not required that they do.

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Ok thanks that is kind of what i was thinking but was hoping i was wronge lol. The only reason i got the loan was to increase my credit or atleast help and was lied to by them sigh..... oh well live and learn.

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