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HOW TO DELETE INQUIRIES
im trying to get a house its 690 on experian and 730 on credit karma but they wont approve me because of too much credit inquiries how can i remove my inquiries from experian and credit karma

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First, get copies of all 3 credit reports from annualreport.com and go over them carefully.  You may likely find errors on one or more of those reports which you will file disputes on.  That will help your credit score.  It is possible someone else's credit accounts got put on yours (human error) and that's causing the problem.  You can only find this out by checking the reports and making the necessary corrections.  Do this annually.

Inquiries remain on your credit report for 2 years, but have no effect after one year.  They cannot be removed under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, a federal law.

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