09-01-2012 09:04 AM
Something strange happened with Cap1/HSBC inquiries. Checking CK today and 2 of them fell off my credit too early. One should have fallen off on Feb 28, 2013 and another one on Apr 9, 2013, however they fell off now. I did not dispute or did anything. Not sure if it could be due to merger that they had or anything like that, however they are gone. Now I ran my USAA last night and they Feb, 28th was gone as well now that I went back and noticed and Apr 9 was still there, so I'll check it tomorrow. Both of them were Household Bank credit requests. Going to keep an eye out and see if they come back as something else or not.
The following inquiries have been removed since your last score update on Aug 31, 2012:
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09-01-2012 09:09 AM
09-01-2012 09:14 AM
Same thing happened to meinquirer irises fell off from TU. It's been 2 months and they are still gone.
09-01-2012 09:16 AM
09-01-2012 09:49 AM - edited 09-01-2012 09:54 AM
Wish that would happen to me! I have been fighting hsbc/cap 1 for three entries on my TU for the same card for several months now.
editted to say I got excited and just checked and those inquiries are still there ;(
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