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i have a number of accounts that are in good standing that are not on my credit report
how do I get credit for these accounts? seventh ave., country door ameri mark carol wright and a couple of others as well as a number of accounts I don't use. these do not seem to be on any of my reports what do I do

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I am trying to figure out that too.

I have a seventh ave account and I've been in excellent standing with them for almost 2 years and I've continually asked them to report it on my credit reports and they still haven't. If you get an answer to this, please let me know.

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Please, has anyone found the answer to this question as well as how to add these accounts that are in good standing.  I just paid off an auto loan all on time, never late and not on my report, plus a couple of other accounts?  Any help out there???

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Adding positive accounts to your report

http://www.wikihow.com/Add-Tradelines-to-Your-Credit-Report

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