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why does it not show my us bank home mortage

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This site only pulls info from your transunion report. Maybe your mortgage company doesn't report to transunion....

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thanks for your come back yes i agre it couldm be under exofax excuse my spelling

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I do not understand why my mortage does not show with any of the three credit reporting agencies. Have had mortage since 1967. Please explain.

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US Bank doesn't report to Transunion for my Mortgage account. this is really frustrating and giving you very inconsistent scores,I contacted them and they didn't respond at all.

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  with credit karma will we ever get the other two credit unions also

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