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One Dispute - Two Credit Agencies - Only Allowed To Dispute One
One incorrect negative report was reported to both TransUnion and Equifax. It is the same issue. Credit Karma will only allow me to dispute one of them. Credit Karma MUST permit me to make one dispute against each credit agency for the same issue. It is reported twice but I can only dispute once

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What do you expect for a free service...

CK is a free and educational site for users, they have to have some limits. If you need to dispute, then dispute directly with the bureaus which can be done online and it free via the bureaus. Do it with each bureau that is showing the error, links below. If you have documentation to back up whatever the dispute is, you can also upload that when you file the dispute (it is optional). The bureaus will email you with the status of the dispute which you will be able to see online.

https://www.transunion.com/credit-disputes/dispute-your-credit

http://www.experian.com/disputes/main.html

https://experian.referral.equifax.com/CreditInvestigation/home.action

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