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Why can't I see my account numbers for each creditor so I can call them to make arrangements?

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Account numbers are not listed on your credit report, so Credit Karma does not receive this information from the credit bureau.

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You will usually find account numbers on your reports directly from the credit bureaus, but it will not contain the entire account number. You could pull your reports directly from the bureaus to get the partial account numbers and that would be enough for the creditor to identify which account you are contacting them about. However, providing the creditor with your name and social security number should be plenty enough for them to locate the account you are contacting them about.

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When attempting to pay old debt always attempt to get "pay for delete" agreements. Do some research on "pay for delete agreements" "credit reporting time period" "statute of limitations to be sued for debt"

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