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Re: Anybody know if there is a score difference between 10 and 100 of the same inquiries?

I have said it dozens of times.... People need to stop freaking out over Inqs. If your scores are low Inqs are the least of your worries anyway. Also, after a certain number of Inqs they are no longer calculated in your score.
 
I know what you are going to ask next, and the answer is no. :smileyhappy:
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Re: Anybody know if there is a score difference between 10 and 100 of the same inquiries?



Tuscani wrote:
I have said it dozens of times.... People need to stop freaking out over Inqs. 

Except when they come from adding a new line to a pre-existing cell phone account  :smileyvery-happy:
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