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I have had a Home Depot Credit card for over 13 years. Why isn't on my credit report?

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Active accounts should be on report

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If the account is still open and active, you should reach out to the credit card provider for your Home Depot card to discuss their reporting practices for sending your account information to the credit bureaus. Generally, most credit card companies send information over to the bureaus on a monthly basis around the same time your statement is sent out. Once the bureaus receive this information, it is added to your report and then becomes viewable on Credit Karma or elsewhere accordingly. It's difficult to say why this may have happened, there could be old or inaccurate information on the Home Depot account or a technical error keeping your account from being reported properly. If you haven't used your card in awhile, you may first need to verify that the account is still open and active and ensure that it has not changed hands to another credit company. Hope this helps! If so, click the thumbs up.

-Taylor

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