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On July 22nd I went to A+ credit union to open an account. when I found out they check my credit to open an account I asked if it was a hard hit and they said yes. I said no I don't want to do that. I will not open an account so I left. Now I see I have a hard hit from them. How do I get it off.

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On July 22nd I went to A+ credit union to open an account. when I found out they check my credit to open an account I asked if it was a hard hit and they said yes. I said no I don't want to do that. I will not open an account so I left. Now I see I have a hard hit from them. How do I get it off.

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If you gave them the info, it's likely they already did the hard pull even before you asked. That's why I usually leave out my SSN or similar vital info from any forms until I know for certain. 

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