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Re: Is there any way to get rid of credit inquiries?

If you were car shopping (and the inq's were properly coded as auto) FICO scores them as one inq. You will still see them but the ding to your cr is not as f it were 10x.
The inq's must have been with 14 days
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Re: Is there any way to get rid of credit inquiries?

For auto loans, etc, it depends on which FICO version is used.  Older versions it is 14 days, newer versions is 30 - 45 days,

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Re: Is there any way to get rid of credit inquiries?


09Lexie wrote:
If you were car shopping (and the inq's were properly coded as auto) FICO scores them as one inq. You will still see them but the ding to your cr is not as f it were 10x.
The inq's must have been with 14 days

Thing is some of the auto inq are not listed as auto. PP sys credit line or loan.

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