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My Mortgage does not show on CreditKarma, but it does on Transunion???
My Mortgage does not show on CreditKarma, but it does on Transunion. I've had it for over a year now.

Any reasons why this is?

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Same problem

Sorry I can't help with this one, but I have the same issue and it's frustrating. My loan had been transferred twice by the 3rd month we owned the house, so my lender said it's possible there's just a delay in being reported. I found out it was on my credit report from a different credit site, but not on this one. I have online access to my loan, so I connected it here on this site, but it's just categorized as a general loan, it won't recognize that it's a mortgage. It says it requires matching but the only options I have to match it to are "not on my credit report" or my auto loan, neither is applicable!

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same problem but with auto loans!

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i'm having the same issue but it's with 2 paid off auto loans not showing on credit karma but they are on my transunion credit report. can't we get any help with this?????

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