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How can I get inquiries off my account, I didn't even apply for anything

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You can go and pull your credit report.You can do this by joining a free 7 day trial and canceling the offer before 7 days or you can get 1 free credit report yearly at freeanualcreditreport.com.Pull up your report after filling out the info required to get access.After this you can go on your report and dispute all inquires that you have not authorized.You can also dispute any negative info on your report that is incorrect.

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Continue disputing them until they take them off. They are suppose to fall off within a time limited. Look at the age of the inquires, you  should be able to dispute for that reason. They are suppose to fall off after some time. 

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By law, you are entitled to your annual credit report free. Only use the website www.annualcreditreport. I you see anything that looks like a charge; don;t go further. then call Transunion,etc and request FREE report via phone

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