01-13-2013 08:32 PM
I applied for loan for used auto yesterday. My lender pull scores were 6161637/647. I was approved by Toyota Financial Services.
I received a score watch alert from MyFico today that said I had 13 new inquiries on my report!
I was under the impression that all auto credit pulls in a 30 dat period were considered 1 pull, is this right? Will my credit reports change in 30 days to reflect the one pull?
Any thoughts would be appreciated as I am very worried. I plan to apply for a few cards in a few months and think 17 (my current # includes the 13 from yesterday) inquiries will make getting a credit card impossible.
01-14-2013 06:48 AM
01-14-2013 06:54 AM
Congratulations on your approval!
But, 13 inquiries from one dealership? Oh my goodness... Is this where the dealer trying to find you "best" deal on all kinds of banks then pick the best one for you (or them ?) That's a lot of inquiries.. Even though Fico only factors to 1 score pull but it is kind of scary for me as I am also planning to purchase Toyota next year.
As MovingForward_2012 suggests, when you recon I think I will do that to - explain that I was shopping around and it was pulled by everyone.... guess you can't control the dealer after all....
01-15-2013 11:18 PM
Wow! All 13 inquiries were from the Toyota Dealership when you got approved through Toyota? When I leased my Acura, there were only 2 pulls: one from the dealer and one from Acura Financial.
Unfortunately, they only count as 1 for scoring purposes but other lenders will see each inquiry individually. If you get denied for a credit card, ask the rep for a reconsideration and tell them they were all pulled at one dealership for one car...they may approve after you give explanation.
TFS and HFS (Honda/Acura Financial Services) are setup differently I believe; HFS is something of a captive lender, whereas TFS is competive with the open market dealer financers. There's probably tighter integration between HFS and the motor sales arm of Honda/Acura; there was plenty of bickering in the Toyota camps, two completely seperate subsidiaries of bigger seperate subsidiaries of Toyota Global.
01-20-2013 01:43 PM
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