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WHY is Credit Karma showing late payments when the Credit Bureau does not?
I noticed this when Credit Karma first added Equifax to their site. It shows I have almost 50 late payments on CK, but when I check on my Equifax credit report from a credit monitoring site, it does not show I have ANY. I've repeatedly emailed CK customer support about this - the first time was told that it was an error showing non-reporting credit accounts as late and that they were aware of it and it would soon be fixed. Now I'm told I need to dispute it with the credit bureau, but how do I do that WHEN THERE'S NOTHING ON THEIR END to dispute??? They are not the ones showing the late payments - Credit Karma is. Is anyone else having this problem????"

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I'm having this same issue today.  I've emailed credit karma but haven't gotten a response yet.  I pulled my equifax credit report from the equifax site scared that something had happened, but it shows all perfect.

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Me too. Credit Karma is showing late payments on my Equifax report. The thing that really upsets me is I actually called the creditors AND the credit bureau and they both said there are NO late payments on my report anywhere. Credit Karma really needs to look into this. I appreciate a free monitoring service, but do expect my information to be at least CLOSE to accurate and not scare me like that!! 

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