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Has anyone else had unauthorized Hard Inquiries from Rate Genius and Innovative Funding?
Two unauthorized Hard Inquires showed up from the above. Other than looking at Credit Karma's Recommendation page, I have no knowledge of either. Note I did not apply for either recommendation nor contact either creditor verbally, electronically or by writing. Therefore the only way either creditor would have my personal information is from here. I contacted CK with the standard response to dispute through the C.R's which I will do. I could not find any similar questions other than from one person who applied and was denied. Again I did not apply and hence have no denials or correspondence. So I was curious if anyone else has suffered a breech in personal information which has caused negative impact upon my credit. Thanks

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They ran my credit twice in the last couple days. I believe I will end up having to write the directly to have it removed.. have you used Lendingtree? they give blanket authorizations for folks to run credit but it for a few days. 

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