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Why are you so slow in updating the credit accounts

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slow credit history

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I also feel that credit karma is very slow in reporting positive changes in credit history. I paid off all my credit cards three weeks ago and it still has not registered.

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Very Slow & Inaccurate Data

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CreditKarma used to be a fairly good resource, not any more. Who cares if it is free, if it doesn't get updated with correct information? I have since decided to stop using this so-called great service, I'd rather pay for correct information. If I wanted to know my credit score from 3 or 4 months ago then I would continue to use Creditkarma, but if current info is needed, then pay for it.

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Contact Credit Karma?

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I read others questioning the same thing... slow updates on accounts that have been paid. Why doesn't Credit Karma contact Transunion about the neglect or else use another credit reporting bureau?

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You need to send that question to support@creditkarma.com

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