05-12-2007 07:58 AM
05-12-2007 08:09 AM
Yes they had permissable purpose. Call and ask them to remove.
ekuzniar wrote:I have two hard inquiries from law firms that both ran my CB the day before court. Both judgments were vacated, and all information on my CB from these creditors is gone, except these inquiries. Two questions. One, is this considered a "permissable purpose" for pulling my credit? The law firms are neither the OC or the CA, and I did not apply for credit with them. Secondly, if they had PP, can I have them removed since the courts determined that both lawsuits were vacated, deeming them erroneous in the first place?thanks for any help on this.
06-20-2007 06:18 PM
motoracer wrote:has anyone ever called thier local bank loan officer and just asked to remove the inquirey?
06-20-2007 08:25 PM
06-20-2007 10:16 PM - edited 06-20-2007 10:17 PM
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