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Multiple INQ from Cavalry - how to delete?

I had a collection account from Cavalry Portfolio Services.
Over the course of the last 20 months, they have had Inquiry on my credit 6 times, including twice in a 5 day span.

I have since settled this account in full and the collection is/will be closed.
Is there anyway to get these INQ's deleted from my report?
They only INQ from TU....

THANKS in Advance....
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Re: Multiple INQ from Cavalry - how to delete?

The CA had PP to pull the Inqs. You could kindly ask them to remove but they are not required to.
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Re: Multiple INQ from Cavalry - how to delete?

I guess I don't understand WHY they would have PP to pull these though?
I had been a a payment plan with them.
Been making consistent payments for 4 years on a $10k debt.
Now I made a lump sum settlement to get the account closed etc.

It just doesn't make any sense to me as to WHY they would even need to pull my report.
Or is it just to be jerks?
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