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2 New accounts recently added to my CreditKarma Profile. Dropped my score to 30 points less.How?
Car loan Account added

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Great Question. The reason that your score dropped is because  new hard inquiries were added to your profile and your total debt has increased.Dont be too alarmed because after a few months of ontime payments, you should see the score begin to climb again. 

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Auto Debt Paid still shows

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I am still seeing my previous RAM 1500 truck showing up with balance, which has been paid off and needs to be updated.

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I do not own or ever riden in a RAM 1500 truck. I ran the public transit of my town and is very well known on the bus.

What I am alerting to in this note is that this is not my account. Please remove from my Credit Report, Thanks inadvance

Amy Armstrong

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