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Transunion report now shows ZERO collections but added to "regular" Accounts.
All Transunion Collection Accounts have been removed but they are showing now in the "Accounts" section instead of "Collection Accounts", also even though Collection accounts for Transunion are now Zero , Equifax is still reporting. Is this common??

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Same here but, if you look closely it will say added on the same date as removed..Its all screwy..believe me it's still there. Go to overview and click on transunion report and look on top where it says Past Due and it will show up..it's glitchy lately..I thought at first ****, all 4 of my collections are wiped out but, it's still there.

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This is why I always advise people to check their credit reports at more places than Credit Karma if they are working on building or rebuilding credit. Sometimes it is worth the money spent to get subscriptions directly with the credit bureaus so you know exactly what is going on.

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