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why dont this show account numbers
Trying to pay an account online but i need my account number

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Credit Karma reports the information that are reported to Transunion and Equifax. You will need to contact the creditor to get the account information not showing up online. Many companies hide the information to protect your privacy.

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If you owe the money

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You have a copy of the account number somewhere.  

I would never pay a bill i wasn't sure of.  You must have received a bill sometime in the past. Are you receiving an e-bill?  There must have been a copy the agreement when you opened the account.

If no place else, you'll find it on your credit report.

If you can't access the creditors website, then how can you be sure that you owe the money? 

Do your homework, this is your credit were talking about.  Learn to take care of it, It's one of the most important things in your life and will follow you forever.  

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