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CBC INNOVIS Miscellaneous, Not Elsewhere Classified Oct 19, 2010 Removed
saw this on here today...CBC INNOVIS..i havent asked for anyone to pull my credit. Anyone have any information about this company? the hard inquiry was removed but im just wondering who they are?

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what does miscellanious not classified mean?

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Babygurol84

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Misc not classified means that the debt (ie: medical bill) doesnt say medical bill on it, it'll just be labeled debt/owed

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its another credit bureau innovis... you get a free credit report from them too every 12 months but you have to go to the actual website because the freeanualreport.com only does expirean, transunion, and equifax

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CBC INNOVIS

There was a hard inquiry on my report. Don't know who they are, or why thr inquiry.

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CBC Innovis

DID YOU EVER FIND OUT WHAT THAT WAS RELATED TOO? I JUST NOTICED IT ON MY AND MY HUSBAND'S ACCT AS WELL. WE ARE APPLYING FOR A HOME LOAN AND THEY SAID IT WAS NOT THEM... WE ARE AT THE FINAL OF THE LOAN AND ARE ABOUT TO CLOSE. 

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