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is there an option to add experian reports to my credit karma reports
can credit karma display and/or tie in experian credit reports? Let's say I have a paid subscription to experian, can this account be linked so that credit karma can display all 3 bureau's info together. Or is credit karma strictly limited to only equifax and trans union?

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For now, CreditKarma only has partnerships with TransUnion (as they have from the very beginning) and Equifax (since mid January).  

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Need help removing incorrect info

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I have tried unsuccessfully to remove incorrect information and/or old information from my credit report. I know that collection agencies pick up old

collections from other collection agencies. How can I get these removed from my credit report? Thank you.

maj in New York

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