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Re: how do you remove inquries?

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Re: how do you remove inquries?



Noah_Bodie wrote:
My vote is to send Paris to L.A. (Lusitania, Aft section)



Poor Paris, so misunderstood.....:smileyhappy:
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Re: how do you remove inquries?

On a more serious note, I got a nice letter back from one of my Inq disputes.  They said they contacted ______________ Mortgage (thier client) and confirmed that I had indeed gotten a mortgage thru them and that the Inq was legitimate.  But if I still felt the Inq was fraudulent that I should contact ______________ Mortgage immediately.  
 
Oops, ok, so I'll let em have that one....
 
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The one thing I've learned the past couple of months is to try to apply only for cards I am nearly certain to get and actually need. Try not to get caught up in the frenzy it can be addictive. The inquiries fall off in two years one year for scoring purposes. Don't dispute inquiries unless they aren't yours. You don't want to open that can of worms.
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