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I looked at a car at Coggin Chevrolet never told them to run credit now it shows as hard hit inquiry
I asked credit karma to investigate the had hit still shows and a lot of things that are out dated on my credit reports that should have been taken off.

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If you gave a dealership your information, such as address and social security number then you should have understood that they were getting this information from you in order to run your credit. Credit Karma cannot do anything to make corrections to your credit reports. If you find incorrect information on your credit reports you have to dispute that information with the credit bureaus that are reporting it. The three credit bureaus are Transunion, Equifax and Experian and if you go to their websites there will be a link for disputes. Also, hard inquiries only stay on your reports for 2 years.

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