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Open accounts not listed in my total portfolio.
Why is the balance on a home equity line of credit and a federal student loan not listed in my porfolio on Credit Karma?

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Credit Karma gets its information from TransUnion.  Your "missing" loans may be reported to one of the other credit bureaus.  Go to annualcreditreport.com to get copies of all 3 credit reports.  While you're looking at them, make note of any errors that may show up such as accounts that are NOT yours.  File a dispute for each error with the credit bureau reporting it.  They have to investigate and either verify or delete each disputed item.  Make it a habit to check your credit reports once a year to make sure all information is correct.

That the two  loans you mentioned are not listed on this site is okay because, when a lender is considering a loan application, they check out more than one site in making their decision.  Just make sure your credit accounts are paid on time all the time..

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