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i have a hard inquiry from County Ford in Graham which my husband or I did not make.
I think a bad friend did ti but it was not us, could you have it removed please??

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You will have to check your credit reports to find which credit bureau this was reported on, then file a dispute with that credit bureau.  Only you can do the disputes.  CK only reports what is showing on your credit reports.

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In a case like this, if identity theft is suspected, you should contact the police in your area and have them investigate. If someone has your social security number you should consider freezing your credit reports. Info on how to do that is found on the websites of the credit bureaus. Transunion, Equifax and Experian are the three credit bureaus, check their websites for info on how to freeze your credit and contact them about removing the inquiry after the police have investigated. Credit Karma is not a credit bureau and cannot make changes to your credit.

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