My Creditors stopped reporting to the credit burea's for the last couple months. What do I do?

So mint has been showing, "We tried to get your score but there's not enough information on your Equifax credit file." for the last couple months. and I finally bothered me to start looking into why. 

My creditors have been reporting to Experian until this point, so the sudden stop is concerning. A look at my credit report shows that my creditors reported nothing in april or may. and has resulted in mint not displaying a credit score.

What could be the cause of this? did someone hijack my credit score and put a freeze on my account? is a gap like this normal? should I reach out to my banks before filing a dispute with the credit burea's?


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