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Is there a time frame for reporting hard inquires?
I just noticed three hard inquiries have been added to my reports. Two are from March 2016, and one is from April 2015, I don't recognize the companies and I sure can't remember that far back. Can I dispute these?

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These hard inquiries have NEVER been on my reports.  My last update was last week and it wasn't on there.  It says they have just been added and will show on the next upadate with will be in a few days.

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Hard Inquiries are reported for two years. If the inquiries are actually yours, then there is not too much you can do until they are two years old, which one would be now. It must have been a Credit Karma issue, because they would've hit your actual credit reports the moment they were made. Maybe get your reports directly from the credit bureaus to see what exactly is on them. You can get one free report per year from each bureau at the website annualcreditreport

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