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Hard inquiries. help here pleaseeeeeee whta is CCB?
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Credit collections Bureau?

Maybe! they are a collection company  Your credit report should have an adress for them on your report.

If you  do not know who they are or what the account is, Mail a "Validation Letter" to the reporting agency.  A template is available on-line.  Google it. 

A validation letter requires them to supply all the info on the account including copies of invoices and their attempts to collect. If they can not supply the info they have to remove it from your report. 

Good luck

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You can get all your creditor information from your complete credit report.  Go to www.annualcreditreport.com and pull your TransUnion credit report.  It should list full names and contact info on that.   Then you can send the letter EddyTX mentions to them as well as the bureaus.

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