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Why does it show an open account listed as an account removed
I read one response that the answer was removed account status doesn't show on credit report that its a credit karma thing ?, huh!? I don't get that all as to why this would be helpful on my report if it's not really on my report

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Credit Karma does not maintain any items or data that does not come from  your credit report.   Unless you use the past history option to view past credit reports.   Credit Karma does not add or delete any items to your credit report.   Credit Karma does not maintain a listing of your past accounts as a reference of any type.  If they did, they would in fact be a credit reporting agency and subject to the laws that government the reporting agencies.   Credit Karma secures your credit file from the associated Credit Bureau and passes this information on to you.   This is done by pulling a soft credit hit on your credit which does not count against you.  ANY item reflected in either report is reported by either TransUnion or Equifax on that soft credit pull.

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