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Duplicate Hard Inquiries on Credit Reports
Multiple Duplicate Hard Inquiries on Credit Reports

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Contact the credit bureau listing them to fix this. Transunion, Equifax and Experian all have websites with contact info.

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You can disoute these online

but i have found that wirting a letter to the company that did the inquiry works better, 

This often happens when you are applying for an auto loan. Dealers will "shop" your loan trying to get you a good deal.  Since you only took one loan you can ask that the others be removed.   If the inquiries are because you applied for credit that wasn't granted, then you will have to live with them until they fall off at 2 years from the inquiry. 

Try this link to get more info on how to get them removed and a sample letter. Write to the credit bureaus reporting the duplicate inquiries.    creditinfocenter.com/repair/inqerase.shtml

Good luck

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