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why is this credit report not taken my payment history

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your credit report does not show payment history for insurance,credit cards and things paid off, even if it is free you are moving towards the companys that are funded by your clients isn't that right credit karma

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Hi kennmartin99,

It's important to understand what kind of items are listed on your credit report. In general, bills like insurance, rent, and utilities do not appear on credit reports and are not included in your payment history. It actually costs money to report to a credit bureau and most insurance companies choose not to report. Most credit cards do report, but not neccesarily to all 3 bureaus - if they only report to Experian, you will not see that on our site.

Hope this clears up some confusion. 

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if some auto insurance company's ask for a credit report why isn't it on the credit report what insurance you have? and some things that are dead on my report are still there after five years why?

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