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Received 20 hard inquiries from auto loan when they ran my credit. What can I do about this?

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Unless it's due to Identify theft or you have in writing from dealership that they will have only pull certain amount of inquiries? There is very little you can do at this point. You can always try to disputing them, however the chances of them be removed are less than I marrying Jessica Alba, after all it's the CRAs granted the requests, unlikely they gonna say "oops we screwed up". You can also try ask the lenders if they willing to change/recode it to soft inquiries, the chances of that happening? Well... Less than I marrying the Mother of Dragons.

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Next time, get your finance/loan in order before you walk-in to dealerships, or insist on their Manufacturer Captive Financings, it usually will only incur two inquires and probably better rate as well.

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