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How do I dispute a hard enquiry on my report
My car dealer had run my information through experian & is a soft one ! My Credit Karma Transunion report has had enquiry from my car dealer. Car dealer has shown me my report which has been from Experian.

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Inquiry(s) don't just occur without your credit being pulled. So you need to go back to that dealership/salesmen and find out. Just a what if question, is your Experian has the worst score/report out the three?

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All the three (Transunion, Equifax & Experian ) are in between 10 points more or less. I went to my dealer and shown this hard enqiry on my report and his explanation was "We didnt do hard enquiry on your credit & we got it from Experian not transunion. Can you please talk to creditkarma and ask them what is hard enquiry in terms of Credit karma? Evn though we didnot do it??""

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