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How do I stop inquireies on my credit?
Collection agencecies are checking my credit lowering my score - how do I stop this?

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Inquiries automatically fall off after 2 years, you can't have them removed unless you didn't authorize the inquiry. 

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I haven't asked to be checked by anyone. Why are there inquiries on my credit?

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Yeah, as mine fall off, especially from when I applied for credit with Amazon and Walmart, they immediatly recheck my credit. I constantly am getting nowhere because when I log on, I get a 3 removed and 3 added and when I look at the details the same ones are being removed and added ON THE SAME DAY!!!! HELP!!!!!!

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I NEED THIS TO TAKING OFF MY CREDIT REP

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I NEED HELP TO HAVE THIS TAKING OFF MY CREDIT REPORT

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How do I stop inquireies on my credit

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Find out who they are and write them a letter

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