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hard inquiries romoved
how can i get hard inquiries removed from my credit after applying for a home loan with a company they kept running my credit to obtain a loan to purchase a home they was unsecssful while on the other hand anthor company was so how do i get the ten inquiries removed

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You usually cannot. You gave the company permission to run your credit. 10 inquiries from the same company does sound excessive though, so it is possible that you may have some sort of legal claim against them. I would write reviews all over the internet about your experience of dealing with this company and warn others of their bad practices. You can contact a consumer law attorney in your state to see if this company did excessive damage to your credit and if they can be held liable, but as far as getting the inquiries removed, I really see no way.

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