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You have listed one of my accounts as delinquent and it is NOT!! Please correct this now!!
Comenity Bank is supposedly listing my Woman Within account as delinquent. That is a new card and the few purchases I made were put on a special delayed payment purchase. The account doesn't even have a statement yet as to how much I owe them or when. This needs to be corrected immediately!!
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Re: Delinquent Account

Credit Karma only shows you some information from your credit report.  It is not a credit bureau and you cannot initiate a dispute through them.

You need to actually pull your Experian, Equifax, and Transunion credit reports.  Google Free Annual Credit Report to be taken to the site where you can get these reports for free.  Once you pull your actual credit reports, you can dispute that account directly with the credit bureaus. 

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