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Which Credit Cards Don't report to credit?

I'm pretty sure I have heard of a couple banks that just don't report the account to credit... who is that?
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Re: Which Credit Cards Don't report to credit?

I'm not sure about anyone not reporting but I do remember that Nordstroms isnt reporting regularly, but they said they are working on it. Also it seems like the Revolution card wasnt reporting or updating for some members. You might do a search under credit cards of those two names and see what you find. That was all that I could remember so I hope it helps.
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Re: Which Credit Cards Don't report to credit?

Does UMB, I couldn't think of it earlier.

I knew about Revolution but didn't that get cancelled 

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Re: Which Credit Cards Don't report to credit?

Revolution used to not report. Most of the cards were cancelled, but the program is being restarted with a different partner. I don't think anyone knows exactly what the new deal is with them.

 

Nordstrom reports.

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Re: Which Credit Cards Don't report to credit?

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AMEX & CITI Business cards, Revolution (they got a new bank to back them) and UMB affinity cards like guide dogs for the blind. Go to cardpartner . com and you can see the cards.

 

I know there are more, but can't think of them right now.

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Re: Which Credit Cards Don't report to credit?

Amex is buying Revolution. Still think they won't report in the future?
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Re: Which Credit Cards Don't report to credit?

Only time will tell.
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Re: Which Credit Cards Don't report to credit?

Valero does not report to Experian.
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Re: Which Credit Cards Don't report to credit?

what other affinity cards does UMB have other than guide dog? anyone recently been approved? score and util?
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