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sperrin
Posts: 42
Registered: ‎10-17-2012

Multiple Capital One Inquiries

I was trying to get approved for a Capital One credit card and the beginning of my credit journey.  I have about 5 inquiries over the course of a year from them.  Is there any way that they would limit these?  Is it possible for them to GW delete any of them?  I don't hear much in regards to inquiries.  Thanks guys!

 

 

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Re: Multiple Capital One Inquiries

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zerobacan
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Re: Multiple Capital One Inquiries

Nup.... No one GW Inqs.

 

someone prove me wrong!

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Re: Multiple Capital One Inquiries

No matter how often people dispute the legitimacy of their inquiries on this forum, only in very EXTREME circumstances have I heard about them getting removed. Plus, if you applied 5x and each of those inquiries are deserved, then there's basically a 0% chance. Inquiries are there for a reason and are less important while building credit in my opinion. They are a requirement of obtaining the first few tradelines.

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