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Why is the website doubling what I owe for student loans? I have connected the accounts twice now
My college loans are showing up as Unsubsidized loans as well as loans from the company that I consolidated them with. Which means it is showing that I owe double what I really owe on my personal loans. I have connected the website with the school loan website twice, but it won't make the change. I have also tried to use the drag and drop part of the website where I can pair different named accounts. But, that doesn't do anything. What am I doing wrong?

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I think you should pursue Contacting CreditKarma, it is possible it is a bug in the way it displays/reports.

However, my guess is that if this is a recent change in your credit portfolio, then the backing bureau (TransUnion) hasn't yet caught up and you just need to give it up to 45 more days.

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My student loans are doubled up.. How do I rectify this? I have a 0 balance but it still doubled on credit karma

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