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my credit reports are never current, Credit karma please up date my reports
my payments for last month are not correct or up to date and the new balances are soon to come out. Also, my credit limit for new card are not listed with a line of credit, but have already taken a hit for inquires. The old inquires have not been taken off (6) to be exact.

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By the very nature of how the data is received from TransUnion the Credit Karma information can be up to 60 days late.

Credit Karma received the data from TransUnion. Hopefully this is once per week. TransUnion receives its data from the various lenders at various times during the month. This could happen the day after Transunion updates its files, and it may take a day to process all the data. The lenders do not report to TransUnion but once per month and you might have made your payment the day after it reported. So it may be a month before it gets reported to TU, and a week before CK gets it. 6-8 weeks is a conservative estimate for data to correctly show on CK.

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