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why is my loan not being reported?
Took out a loan from Springfield as recommended by credit karma but before first payment was due company became landmark. Have been paying on time but not showing up on report. Just shows closed account with Springfield. This was a credit karma recommendation and using to build my credit! What gives?

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It is entirely possible that the new company now handling the loan reports to Experian and that information is not available to Credit Karma. 
 

When you make your annual check of all three credit reports, you'll see what is reported where.

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Unfortunately, not all lenders report to the credit bureaus as they are not obligated to do so. As already said, you should check your Experian report to see if they report there. I would call the company or do a google search to see if they report to the credit bureaus. Did you open some credit cards as well in order to build credit? If not, you should probably get a couple.

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