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How can I remove hard inquiries

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After one year, inquiries have no impact on your credit score, as is explained in the articles on this site.

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It's almost impossible.

Unless you can prove that you did not apply for the credit. If the inquiries are for things you did not apply for you can try diputing them on the website for the Credit Bureaus.

Inquiries stay on your report for 2 years and will fall off in the 25th month. .

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We are working on building up our credit. We thought if we sent letters explaining that we are trying to work on improving our credit and request that they remove the inquiries it may help boost our credit. The inquiries have been on there for approximately one year. Would this help at all?

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You can try, but I'm about 99% sure they won't do anything.

but if you want to try go for it,  you only have your time and postage to lose.

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Thank you

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