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if i have a balance for a certain loan through one credit bureau, could it be with others as well?
so i have a balance that is being shown on credit karma. its listed by transunion, though everything on credit karma is. i am disputing the balance through transunion but my question is do i need to contact the equifax and experian as well to see if it is listed with them and have to dispute them as well or will just disputing with transunion solve the issue with the others? i tried to contact equifax but i guess first i have to become a member. but im not going to become a member for this issue unless i have to.


thanks for any info, kinda new at this

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If an account is shown on one credit report, it may or may not be on the other two.  You can find out by going to annualcreditreport.com and getting copies of all three credit reports.  This is available once a year and is free, so make it a habit to do your credit report check once a year to make sure all information is current and correct.  You can only dispute information being reported that is incorrect.. 

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