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Possible to get some hard inquiries off my report?
Applied to my bank for a car loan for 21k with 650 CS, denied. Two months later walked into car dealership and told them needed to trade in car, also with 500 down and a 650 CS. Said with a smile "your walking out of here with a car tonight" we decided on a car for 14k before the 3k of after fees :(... they hit up 7 banks and seeing on my credit score the 3rd one approved (capitol one). Is there a way to get the other 6 removed?

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Those should autromatically remove themselves, well the 7 from dealership hitting many banks to get you the best rates. you will still have the one from the first car and a second from the next car.  If not i would contact the credit reporting agency and dispute.  Federal law now lets you shop for major purchases (car and home) and only have one report that sticks, but it generally takes about 30 days for the reporting agencies to get it straight.

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