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If you want to dispute information on your credit reports you must do that with the credit bureaus that are posting the info that you want to dispute. Credit Karma is not a credit bureau and cannot make changes to your credit reports. Transunion, Equifax and Experian are the three credit bureaus and they all have websites.

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You obviously have not read any of the information about what Credit Karma is.  It is here to teach people about credit and how to handle it.  It is NOT a credit bureau.  Only YOU can file the dispute to get wrong information off your credit report.  The articles here explain very well how to do that, too.

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