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How do I unlink an account?

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To delete a linked account,  go here: https://www.creditkarma.com/linking and click on the "X" next to the name of your account. A box will pop up on the lefthand side asking you to confirm that you want to delete this account.

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I do not see an X

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How do you un link a credit card?

It pulled a work credit card that i do not want on my credit report and i can't find a way to un link it?? Can someone please advise on how to do that?? 

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Notify credit agency the account listed wherether checking or credit is not your account.

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We Paid Off our Car Loan

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Hello

We paid off our car loan. It should be a 0.00 balance.

Tom McLaughlin 

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