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I have 3 hard credit inquiries from the same company.Where do I go to have 2 removed

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Relax!!

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It is not uncommon to have several inquiries when you apply for credit for some items such as cars or other fairly expensive things.  The inquiries help you to get the best possible credit rate and financing given your current financial picture.  Inquiries do not have a major effect on your credit score, unless your credit was so bad that numerous inquiries were generated, and three is not a big number.  In a year, none of these inquiries will have ANY effect on your score and the following year, they will be gone.  You cannot have them removed.  Please re-read the articles here so you can better understand how credit works.  I've learned a lot from this site and I was trained in management and accounting, which did not adequately cover credit.

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