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One of my Auto Loans is paid off and you are not showing it, why?
it is through Ft Campbell Fed Credit Union, and has been paid off for about a year, The amount is about $7,000 - I don't recall the exact amount at the moment.

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If it's a car loan, I'm presuming it is and it's less than 7 years old, it should be listed on your credit report. The "high limit" should be the amount of the loan and the "lowest limit" should be listed as "closed' "all payments made on time. See the FCRA. (Fair Credit Reporting Act) and please, follow the instructions on "how to dispute an account".

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It could have been reported to one of the other credit bureaus, so would not show up here since CK information is mostly from Transunion.

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