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Didn't take many inquiries before hot turned to cold. I haven't applied for anything new yet. Going to let things cool down. I only have a few more things to get out of the way, and then no more inquiries for a almost 2 years until I app for my mortgage. Everything else I am adding to my credit portfolio is done with out inquiries. For those of you who take advantage of the 0% aprs you also can understand the benefits. At the same time I have a plan involved that has been raising my score. I wasn't worried about inquiries since they drop off after 1-2 years. My target score is for 2009. I have time to let inquiries drop off which is why I am so casual with them.
Revike wrote: and you might find yourself with a bunch of denials in response to all your inquiries ...
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