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I have had credit cards in the past and they aren't showing up ?
It's not showing up on my credit karma

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How long ago would be the question. If you are talking over 7 years ago, the accounts may have fallen off. You can get free reports from annualcreditreport if you want to double check that there is not an error here. You may have to start building credit again, lots of info on this site and the internet on how to do so.

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If the cards are still active, they might show on Experian and that information is not available here.  If you have not used the cards for a while, the issuer may have closed them for inactivity.  Please take the time to read the articles here so you can gain a good understanding of how credit works, since that is what CK is here fo[r.

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