Does a credit bureau have to investigate unauthorized inquiries?

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ernest
Asked at 2012-08-12 18:36:37
I recently pulled my credit reports and found some of the questions I did not authorize in my report. They were shopping and credit cards so they were affecting my credit score. I wrote to the credit burea is the same as I had a couple of years ago, when I saw that my student loan had a late payment when its never late , at that time the office has investigated and fixed. This time to research, TransUnion has investigated them and remove all unauthorized liked that . However, Experian and Equifax sent me back letters saying they did not investigate unquiries and could communicate with the bussiness that put the research to see about removing them , but my consent is not always necessary to have a inqury . I tried contacting the company is directly , but two did not respond and only one said there was a completed application online and when I wrote that never applied online , I received no responce . Any advice on were to go from here ?
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