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quicksilver seems to not be reporting to credit karma
I've been approved for 2 quicksilver credit cards, $500 each. But I do not see then reported on my credit report.

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Credit Karma is not a credit bureau, it is an educational site to teach people about credit and  gets its information from Transunion, which is one of the three credit bureaus. Since businesses pay a fee to have credit recorded, few, if any, businesses report to all three credit bureaus so the information on your Quicksilver account may be reported on one of the other sites.  When you do your annual credit report checkup, you will be able to see which credit bureau they chose to use.

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Hello! Were you recently approved for these cards? It can take one to two months for the accounts to be reflected on your credit report. 

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