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Why does T-Mobile not report accounts to the credit bureaus?

Posted Mon November 23, 2009 12:33 pm, by John K. written to T-Mobile USA, Inc.

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I have been a T-mobile customer for roughly 2 years now and my monthly bill has always been paid on time, if not early.

I was reviewing my credit report and find NO reference to my account with you, which is obviously in good standing. I called customer care and was told that you do not file reports with the credit bureaus. Since this is a UTILITY credit account, I do not understand why this is the case.

As someone who has a limited credit history at this point; I need to have as many good references on my record as I can get. I need you to begin reporting these accounts to the credit bureaus.


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by helen t. Posted Wed November 24, 2010 @ 2:12 AM

The above statement is seen to be contradictory. The situation is very
critical and need an experience complainer to resolve it.
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[url=http://www.mendmydebt.com/debt-consolidation]Credit Report[/url]

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by helen t. Posted Wed November 24, 2010 @ 2:11 AM

There is nothing called a free lunch is this world. If anything needed
to be resolved then initiated need a support to be sorted out.
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rel="dofollow">Credit Report

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by BungalowMo Posted Wed January 13, 2010 @ 10:44 AM

Depending on your credit history, there are a few things you can do.

Without knowing your fico's or what you do have reporting... this is
just some basic info.

To get a good to great fico, they like to see a mix of credit, as in a
few credit cards, maybe an auto loan, & a mortgage.

They also like to see timely payments too. Sometimes only time will
help, as a good score comes with your AAoA (average age of accts).

They DON'T like to see a bunch of recent inquiries. While inq's stay
on your report for 2 years, they are only factored into your fico
equation for one year.

There are credit pull databases out there where you can check to see
what card pulls what report & who got what limit from who, with what
score. When I use this, I only input the bank name, if I know who I
want, and my state. I always leave the score section & report name
blank.

Hope this helps!

Mo

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by Eddie M. Posted Mon November 23, 2009 @ 1:01 PM

I have never seen a utility report anything to a credit bureau on any
of my credit reports.

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by RowdyRetailer Posted Mon November 23, 2009 @ 12:48 PM

Why do you have to have as many good references on your record?

If you never plan on borrowing money, which you shouldnt, who cares?



Good Day

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