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If a car dealership ran my credit 8 times for one car can I reverse any of the hard inquires

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You can't remove any legitimate hard inquiries. However, at least in theory, when you're shopping for a vehicle loan (or a mortgage or a student loan), all inquiries incurred in a short time are supposed to count only as one inquiry against your credit. In reality, they often end up hurting people's scores badly. If you find that your credit is badly harmed by the 8 inquiries, you might try contacting the credit bureaus to make the case that these should count only as one.

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How do you suggest someone go about contacting the credit bureaus? Who should I contact? What should we say? The same thing happened to me.

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