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Has anyone had hard inquires removed in less than one year?
I had 5 hard inquires removed some were from a month ago and the rest are from a year ago. Does anyone know why this happened ? I'm not complaining at all I'm actually very excited my score has jumped up 20 points! I was just curious as to why this happened. Oh yeah, I did recently apply for 2 credit cards (both approved), maybe that has something to do with it?

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Most likely is due to some glitch, unfortunately, all mine was removed last week from TU, and in previous 4 weeks? Two inquiries was removed and added back on the following week. They still there with CapOne's credit wise when it was updated today.

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It is also possible that some were removed due to the laws about some types of loans.  If you shop for a mortgage and 3 companies pull your score, in a short while they will only show one. This was done to help the buyers shop for mortgages without being penilized. 

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