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I WANT TO KNOW WHY YOU DONT REPORTED I MADE A PAYMENT

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Please do not write in all caps, since that is Internet shouting and is very rude.  What is reported here is only what can be obtained from the credit bureaus utilized here.  Not one thing you see on this site is reported elsewhere from here.  It is for your use on this site only. 

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Is the "you" referring to Credit Karma? Credit Karma isn't a Credit Bureau, No lender/creditor report your activities directly to CK and at same token? No lender/creditor pull your report/score directly from CK either. CK can NOT make changes, update, add or delete to your report.

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If you made a payment, the creditor will report that to the bureaus on the closing date. Let's say your bill is due on the first. The closing date will probably be sometime around the third, and whatever the balance is on that day is what the creditor will report to the bureaus. This sometimes takes a few more days. Credit Karma only updates once weekly. 
So if you make a payment on the 25th, it could be two weeks or so before you see a change on Credit Karma. Learn your closing dates so you know what is going to be reported.

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If the acct is in collections they probably will only report when the debt is resolved

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