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remove co signer from loan? loan not showing up on credit karma
I have an auto loan open with my dad, but it's not showing up here, should I try to release him from the loan, would that help me?

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First file a dispute.

You can have the account added to your file if  your name is on it. 

Its just a few simple steps on line at each of the 3 credit unions. Do it at there respective websites. 

You can also call the lender and ask them to add you to their reporting. 

If your father was the primary signer (his name was first on the contract) they may only be reporting on him. 

Good luck. 

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