Check this link for the location of Profiles, Presets etc for Lightroom Classic
Hope this helps.
There is some additional info available in a related thread in the forum recently.
You did not state your LR version. Anyhow, starting a couple of versions back, Adobe decided to in effect hide most presets.
I am currently v8 (CC Classic) this append at least one, maybe two versions past.
In LR, in the Develop module, in the Presets panel, Click on the + symbol top of the presets panel, select manage, see if they show up in the list, click on the box any that you want visible.
I'm using Classic CC and I've done that. I can't even get some of them to show up at all in the USER Presets
Ugh, I wish that article was in dumbed down English. I can't even read it and not get my head in a bundle
Please click on Help (in LR) then System Info, then copy, and paste that text into your next reply.
And while you are at it, please verify/clarify where you are placing those presets:
If MS Windows
The latter may work better, and is the location LR CC Classic 8 places them if you import via LR/Presets. And will show up differently (group wise) based on where you place them (although a group option I have not played with supposedly exists)
and do they have the file extension .xmp?
Note that they can be in a sub-folder (but I think just one deep from Imported Settings or Settings
(where xxxxx is your windows account)
This is a user to user forum and the vast majority of the replies you will get here are from users like your self.
The first link in my post was to an official article from Adobe and we the users do not get to write these articles.
The reason I thought it would have been helpful is that I was aware that Adobe had made some recent changes to Profiles and Presets in the updated versions of Lightroom. Also in your initial post you wrote "and they only go to USER PRESETS and I can't get them into folders. HELP!!!"
User Presets and Profiles (included those produced by third parties) are stored in specific USER folders and they have been identified in the article.
The profiles presets created by Adobe will get installed in their appropriate location.