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i had a credit card added to my transunion score. can i have it added to my equifax as well

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Card accounts aren't added to your score.  They're added to your reports.  Scores are generated based on the data in a given report.

Your creditor determines which CRA's they report to.  You cannot force them to report to a CRA that they do not normally report to.

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Takeshi74 is correct. You may ask your creditor if they report to equifax, or ask if there is a way for them to also report to equifax. In the past I have had success doing this, but it doesnt always work because they have to be a "subscriber" of the credit bureau to be able to report there. (they pay a fee for direct reporting/access to each CB) Hope this clears things up a lil

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