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How can I put a statement on my credit reports?
An auto dealerships ran credit for 6 banks (3 of those banks ran my credit 3 times) for the same purchase without my knowledge.

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Unfortunately you can not put statements on your credit reports. But the good news is as long as the inquiries for the auto loan were down within a short period of time they will only be scored as one inquiry even though you will see them all listed on your reports. This multiple inquiries counted as one when done within a short period of time (14 day window to be safe) is done for Auto, Mortgage and Student loans. This is not done with Hard Inquiries for other reasons such as credit cards. Take some time to do some reading on this and all other credit related topics, the internet holds a wealth of info on credit. Taking the time to do some extensive reading on credit will help you for the rest of your life so it is definitely worth the time.

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