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how do I remove hard inquireies from my credit report

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I read that hard inquiries fall off after 2 years.  What can I do now to get them off my credit report? Can I submit a dispute? 

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Hard Inquiries automatically fall off after 2 years. 

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i go to the bank for open an account and the bank officer said that u got enough credit score to apply a credit card.. when i heard this so i say go a head apply for me.. after one week bank mail me and say that you dont hay long credit history so we cant approve your request.. after this i see my credit score on credit carma i got 5 hard inquiries.. 

can anybody help me out for this situation what i do to remove this hard inquiries.. is there any way to remove hard inquiries before 2 years.

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