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My mortgage is showing up twice on my credit report
My mortgage is showing up in 2 seperate times on my credit report. This means I am showing more debit then I acctually have. The bank just said to update my credit report and it would go away but it didn't. Is there someone with a reporting agency for the credit people that I could call or should I call the bank back and argue with them to fix it?

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Same is happening to me with my Chase Mortgage.

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Same thing

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The same thing just started happening to me today, hopefully it's a Crecit Karma glitch!

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Same thing

Same thing with me on my Wellsfargo mortgate. I pulled my credit report and it is only on it once.  This is Credit Karma Glitch.

also, my credit score is significantly different on Credit Karma VS actual credit report I pulled for the same reporting agency. Does anyone have the same problem?

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This is still happening to me

Wells Fargo still reported twice here but not in actual bureau report

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