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How can a hard inquiry from 2012 be removed today and added back on today with the same 2012 date?
I had a JCP card that has since been paid off and closed after it went into collection, but the hard inquiries from Nov and Dec 2012 are still on my credit. Today I log in to see they have been removed but then added back on with the same Nov and Dec 2012 dates? Is this right?

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There could be a glitch due to the name change of the bank that issues the JCP card. However, all hard inquiries remain on your report for 2 years - if it came off early, it was a data error and you can expect it to be added back. The inquiry will fall off 2 years from the original posting date.

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hard inquiry from 2012 wells fargo

this was two inquirry's from wells faro one was mistaken and removed and other from 2012 is still there, says two years n will drop off, why is it still showing or do i have to request it to be removed from credit karma! 

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