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Experian record of credit inquires
I just checked my Experian credit report and was surprised to see that it records 13 credit inquiries (CreditKarma report only shows 2 inquires). Does anyone know how I can find out in my online Experian membership when each of these inquires will drop off?

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CK dose not provide Experian report or score...

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You can get your Experian VantageScore 3 from Credit dot com, its free, no detailed credit report just VantageScore 3 when you click on "other scores", it updates every 2 weeks

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You can get detailed credit report minus the soft inquiries at Free credit report dot com, its free but no credit score, it updates once a month.

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You can get your Experian FICO 8 at Discover's scorecard site, you might need to google the link, its free, no need to have Discover card, just FICO 8 score no credit report, it updates once a month.

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You can spend 1 dollar to sign on for 7 day trial at Credit Check Total, you get credit reports from all three credit bureaus plus FICO 8 scores. Be sure to cancel it before 7 days is up.

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