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Why does old collection show on credit karma but not my credit report?

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I'm wondering the same thing. I have a collection showing on credit karma, but not on the details of my Equifax credit report. Have you figured out why yet? Please let me know if you have. Thanks!

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Yep, I am in the same boat

Recently had to items delete from both of my reports, however karma still shows them on my open collections category, which is weird. Quizzle doesn't show I have them anymore (did before they were deleted). So I am wondering when will karma update their information?

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Same here

I have an open collection that shows on Credit Karma but not my TransUnion report

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Sameting here. I had an account deleted months ago on all three credit reports and it showed up today on credit karma? Will this be updated?

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