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Inquiries

I have a lot of inquiries from mid 2012 when I was attempting to buy a car. The inquiries are over a course of 2-3 months.....(yeah I know dumb). This was prior to me realizing that I need to increase my credit score first! (DUH) ... Is there any way I can get some of these removed? 

 

Thanks for your help in advance!:smileyindifferent:


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Re: Inquiries

Actually, No, they were permissible pulls.  There is a way, but it is more likely to screw your CR up and is not discussed here.  They will stay on your reports for 2 years, however they only factor into scoring for 1 year.


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Re: Inquiries

Thanks for the response


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