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why isnt my house loan with wells fargo we pay it off in june 2011
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we pay off harris bank car loan

we pay it off in july why isnt on my credit report ?

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Go to www.annualcreditreport.com and pull one of your credit reports to see if it is reporting (which I bet it is).  Credit Karma only deals with open accounts.  Since the account is closed, it won't show up on this website.

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Current credit is listed, since you paid it off three years ago it wont show

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Behind on mortgage payment in chapter 13

WELLS FARGO WONT DISCUSS WITH US OPTIONS TO RESOLVE partial . PAYMENTS THAT HAS SPIRalled out of control with numerous fees added to tjis bill monthly. Our ch. 13 bankruptcy lawyer, says talk to them they should work with you. Well, it hasnt happened.  No one will talk to us about our options . OVER $12,000 worth of debt.  What should we do?

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