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A name was added to my credit report that I don't have credit under which dropped my score 52 pts
I have contacted all 3 credit services and not one show the name change that you show was done. I have all credit under same name and have for as long as I can remember. I want this off your report because it dropped my score 52 pts. This is inexcusable !!
Please remove this name change you show on August 2, 2014! All 3 credit agencies told me that Credit Karma does not get their ratings from them but I work hard to keep excellent credit and this drop on your site still needs to be corrected!
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Hey guy! Chill out, relax. CK is not used by lenders for determining your credit character. In fact, CK only monitor your "Transunion" credit file and gives you a rough estimate of where they predict your score to be..... It is not accurate and it will not hurt your credit file. This site should be used as a tool to help you get your credit report correct. Smh!!!!

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