08-03-2007 08:25 PM
It doesn't really matter since they don't affect the score after 12 months. And the few lenders who do a manual review aren't going to care about a 24-month-old inquiry anyway.
laryn41 wrote:and why haven't the inq's from 2 years ago drpped off.7/28/05 still there
05-06-2013 11:54 AM
Just found this post from back in 2007 while searching the board 56 INQ's is a LOT!!!! That makes me wonder.. what's the most amount of INQ's you've ever had?? Right now i think i have 16 on Transunion.. 2 from a car purchase and 2 just fell off so it was 18.. And i thoguht 16 was a lot.. wow!
05-06-2013 12:06 PM
Wow that is a lot of INQ's!
05-06-2013 12:14 PM
There was a guy here a month or so ago that had well over a 100 between his three reports and continued applying for more cards against everyone's advice.
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