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So I signed up for eCredable after seeing it on the NAV site.  I added about 5 utility accounts to it and they pulled 24 months of good pay history.  They are under review to report to Experian and will report next month to Equifax.  So by next month I'll have 5 new solid tradelines reporting including the eCredable subscription which is $9.99 a month.

 

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I just went on Equifax.  It appears my 5 tradelines showed up.  I know this because I used a different business address and now have two profiles :).  Anyone know who I have to call to merge them?

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It appears eCredable has deleted the Experian field and replaced it with DNB.  I'm assuming their partnership is going through where they will report utility TL'S.  They are still in trial mode with Equifax, but my six utility accounts have already posted there.  I hope they work things out with Experian moving forward.  

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