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Why is credit karma NOT ACCURATE to Experian/ Trans Union/ Equifax?

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off trans union negative

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trans union removed a negative and it shows here on credit karma still

how come

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Seriously...

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Transunion has that certain cards exist but the balance on their report had been wrong for... two months now (I think). They tell me I have 0 balances on all my credit cards and that I need to spend more. Nope. I have a little under 10% utilized- not going to drive myself into credit card debt to please TransUnion. 

Also, they tell me that my student loans are closed accounts now (don't I wish) because they've been hopped over to another processor by the Govt and that negatively effects me. (Yay!) 

Also, I have a much disputed debt (not mine, they can't validate, no assistance from anyone! Not Atty General, not the BBB, not the CBs GAH) on here- guess what? Did you know that I factor? That's funny... I didn't even know that I had any receivables!

Page after page of incorrect data.

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