My turbo tax is not updating
Since Trans Union controls the content of your credit report, you will have to contact Trans Union directly if you have a dispute.However, if you see an inquiry on your credit report from a company you don’t recognize, you should contact that company and inquire why the inquiry was made, since it could be from someone else making an application in your name.This will increase your account security and make future account recovery attempts easier.It can take up to 15 minutes for the code to be emailed to you. (Don't try to get a new verification code too soon, it will invalidate the old code and you'll end up waiting longer.) Also keep in mind, you can't get a code via text if you don't have a phone number listed in your Intuit account.If Intuit was listed under the soft inquiry section on your credit report, this is because you had enrolled in credit score services in one or more Intuit products, such as Turbo, Turbo Tax, and/or Mint, and Intuit pulled your credit report on your behalf.Your credit score is pulled directly from Trans Union, one of the three major credit reporting bureaus (Trans Union, Equifax, and Experian.) The score provided by Turbo is a Vantage Score based on Trans Union data.
And anyone can use Turbo—you don't have to be a Turbo Tax customer to use Turbo.This type of request doesn’t affect your credit in any way, no matter how often you view your credit score.A soft credit inquiry is a credit pull that does not affect your credit score.Your information is safeguarded by encrypting it when it is stored in our systems. You may have to wait a few moments if the internet connection is slow.Additionally, our security specialists work behind the scenes to protect your information. If that doesn't work, check your Internet connection to ensure that you're connected.