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HOW DO I LOCK MY CREDIT

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Adding to original question

My apologies for how the question was phrased. I thought I was doing a search. That's why it is so short. 

I would like to know if I am able to put a credit freeze on Equifax and Transunion through Credit Karma. I just placed one through Experian externally. I found credit inquiries that I did not do and are not mine. I am going to dispute those inquiries, among other things, and would like to know if there is a way to protect my credit here without going through other sites.

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Do it directly at the credit bureau websites. Transunion and Equifax have websites just like Experian.

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Don't forget that you will need to unfreeze your reports when you want to apply for credit, so keep all the info required when doing this.

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