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mauve
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Re: Does this matter?

It prevents CAs from subscribing to your credit reports and then popping up when they think she's working on her reports. 


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Re: Does this matter?

 


mauve wrote:

It prevents CAs from subscribing to your credit reports and then popping up when they think she's working on her reports. 



Excuse my stupidity once again, but even if they aren't "subscribing" to a CR they could still do a pull randomly, right?

 


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