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how do i delete credit inquiries off my mreport

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Also; the ones that you know are legit; you can write a letter to the creditors asking if they will remove them. Be kind and they may give you what you want... Just explain that you a simply trying to improve your credit.

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the hard inquiries due to come off are still there. for april

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Inquiries will automatically fall off of your report after two years. If the inqueries listed on your report are incorrect or fraudulent, they can be disputed.

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How do I dispute a credit on report? My exhubs home is on my credit report.  We were divorced, when he purchased.

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