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i have car loan ,but it does not show up on this site, can you add it?

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i have had car loan since june of 2013, they the credit union has reported to only one of the credit sites, experian, i did a adjustment and found that if it was put on you're site it is 30 points on my credit helps me ,but i see that you're site will not.

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It is really in the hands of the creditor as when to submit data to the credit bureau. Sometimes creditors might only report to 2 out of the 3 credit bureaus. Credit Karma pulls data from your TransUnion credit report. Also if you were approved for the loan just recently, then it may take 30 - 60 days for the account to show up on your credit report. You should check your detailed credit reports at www.annualcreditreport.com to see if the auto loan shows up on any of your credit reports (If not. then it is an issue with the creditor, If yes, then it is an issue with Credit Karma). If it just happens to be an issue with CK, then you can contact them about it - support@creditkarma.com is their email.

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