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why dont i see my car loan
I had financed a suv last year why doesn't it show me this info ? I thought that auto loans or any loan helps your score

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Perhaps they report to different bureau.

That is not a big deal because it will show up on the information a future potential creditor might get.  They manage to get all three and the FICO score DOES get the information from all three.

What information you have here is from Transunion and it is sufficient for you to use with the credit tools here.  CK is NOT one of the credit bureaus, but an interactive tool for the members to use individually to help build a better credit score.  Hope you are using the tools and information on site to help you make wise decisions.

And PLEASE check your credit reports annually.  Go to annualcreditreport.com, get copies of all 3 credit reports, check them carefully and file disputes on all WRONG information with the credit bureau reporting same.  That is the best way to make sure your credit score is accurate.

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