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hard inquiry i did not authorize
I recently visited a car dealership to get some information and see if trading my car would be possible. They had me write my ss on a paper just because they "had a promotion going on". The guy came back and said that if we ran my credit he could get an idea of what we could do. I told him I did not want to run my credit, I was only checking the value of my car for a trade. I never signed anything and I am now seeing this as a hard inquiry on my report. Anything I can do to dispute this?

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These hard inquries added were not authorized.  Please have them prove they were authorized with paperwork that says authorized or an application of some kind.  Thank you.  And also I paid credit servies and medical bills on my report and notified medicare and medicaid for improper billing on my cards given to me.

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get copy of credit report and see who made the inquiry and write to them

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