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how do I get credit karma direct dispute on my profile, it shows up on my husband's but not mine?

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Hi Stacie,

This feature is not yet available for all members. It is a new feature that is currently being tested on a small group of users. Once we're satisfied with the initial tests, it will become available to all members. 

Thanks for your patience! 

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Any idea when this feature will be available to all users?

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Direct Dispute was available to me, and worked great, now it's gone, what happened? P.S. I was in the middle of a Direct Dispute when the option vanished?

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reenarashid

i did direct dispute bcz i have paid off my car now im on lease with other dealers .

the credit is still showing in my account I dont know why but i disputed im not liable to this accoutn anymore i got result back that no chages were made 

even i have gotten a letter from nissan also that i have paid in full 

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