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I only have one Bank of America account, but it appears Credit Karma is showing 2. One that has a balance of around 180, which is accurate, and one that has a balance over 8000, which is definitely NOT accurate. However, the account showing over $8000 says it has not been updated since October 2011. I'm not sure what to do with this information. Please advise.

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Check all three credit reports as we are advised to do annually, and dispute any wrong ionformation.  This topic is covered in the articles on this site provided for the education of all who are unsure of how credit works and how to improve their score. Credit education is the purpose of Credit Karma. 

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Hi Tygr1982,

It's possible that you've incorrectly matched a linked account. This causes the appearance of duplicates. Please visist www.creditkarma.com/matching, and verify that you have correctly matched your Bank of America online account to your Bank of America credit report account. 

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