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Can someone tell me what is going on here, please?
I had 0 inquiries before this happened. I have not applied for any credit cards, loans, etc. I have never owned an airlines credit card in my life. Is this fraudulent activity of some sort? If so, what do I do? Who are these companies?

Jun 11, 2014 You now have 1 hard credit inquiry on your report (1 added, 1 removed). Inquiries Activity
The following inquiries have been added and removed since your last score update on May 30, 2014:

Lender: Industry: Inquiry Date: Status:
1. SYNCB National Credit Cards/Airlines Feb 20, 2013 Added
2. GECRB National Credit Cards/Airlines Feb 20, 2013 Removed

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Did you apply for any credit cards or financing  in February 2013? The original inquiry was edited because GECRB (GE Capital Retail Bank) has changed their name to SYNCB (Synchrony Bank). This is not a separate inquiry - it is an update to the original. I suggest double-checking your full credit report on Credit Karma at https://www.creditkarma.com/myfinances/creditreport if you do not recall the source of this inquiry. 

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