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i have amex card also but its not reflected in my credit report

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AmEx cards are not really all that helpful on your report. It does not show a credit limit and therefore is not used in the calculation for utilization. Good payment history is so it does help.

Give it time. I have two AmEx cards yet only one is shown. Maybe it will just take a month or two before it shows.

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Check all 3 credit reports from annualcreditreport.com.  Different companies report to one of 3 credit bureaus. This site gets info from Transunion.  Your AMEX card could be showing on either Experian or Equifax.

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I OPENED AN AMEX EVERYDAY CARD ON MAY 21 2016, BUT NEITHER EX, TU OR EQ is reflecting my AmEx Account....

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I opened mines on May 28, 2016 and it still doesn't show either I recommend to file a dispute.

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