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Hard inquiry removals
Why would the same hard inquiries be removed from TU, but not Equfax at the same time?

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From what I've seen in this forum lately this has happened to a lot of people. It must be a glitch or a mistake of some kind, because hard inquiries are supposed to be there for two years. All mine disappeared too, and they shouldn't have. I won't worry about it too much though since it's not a BAD thing. Just nothing to get excited about since I'm sure it'll get fixed eventually.

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Are they due to be removed? If not , then they will be back, unfortunately. It happened to me last 5 weeks, removed and then add back on very next week. Wish creditors would pull my report/scores from CK directly lol.

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If they come back, then I guess my score will go down a bit. Oh well, I will wait and see.

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This is the 3rd time I've heard this, this month. Must be a glitch of some sort. 

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