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I'm looking for advice on how to send, manually, payments made and statements to report on my credit. Is there a central tax number? Or phone number?

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Banks, collection companies, etc.. report to the CRA's as "subscribers".  They pay to report your data.  The CRA's are for profit corporations, you gotta pay to play.

I'd start with the bank not reporting your info.  They may not have your data correct.  But some lenders actually don't report, like hard money loans, buy here pay here type of car dealers, etc..

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Lenders pay to be members of the CRA's. This way they can pull reports and send information.  Remember there are three that are typically used and many lenders may only use one.

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I've never heard of a way to report that

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I think that you have to call the company and remind them to report your payments to your file. I doubt there is any way to report payments yourself. You might be able to file a dispute and explain that you are making your payments on time.

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