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i have a freeze on my credit but equifax allowed an inquiry. How is this allowed?

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That is a really good question, maybe one for the Attorney General of your state. If equifax allowed this to happen, hold them accountable, we all know that equifax holds consumers accountable.

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true, but i really dont think the government is going to help us in a situation concerning our credit. Even tho they place such HIGH priority on consumers "credit  scores" they are negligent in helping when there is a problem with the "average joe's" score. 

I also submitted an investigation into two hard inquires AFTER i had placed a freeze (and submitted all police documents months ago) concerning my situation (robbery) and their "conclusion" was to let the inquiries that was made by the thieves REMAIN on my score! 

I am an average hardworking American citizen and have been all my life, and for my contribution to society, I get to maintain the thieves of todays actions on my score...

thats a fine "how do you do" dont you think???

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