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Source of Hard Credit Inquires
How do I find the source of hard credit inquiries that are riding on my credit report?

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Pull your credit reports from the free annual report site.

You will get all three reports (for free) and they will have all the inquiries on there.

There are usually discrpencies in the reporting: Meaning not everything is always reported to all three agencies, so you want all three reports to make sure you got all the info. 

Just get a strong cup of coffee and sit down with the reports, they are not that confusing, and when you are done you will have a clear picture of what is making up your score.

Another note:  The names of the inquirer may not always jump out (or be recognizable) to you.  A quick web search for the name of the inquirer usually comes up with a name you will recognize.  I saw names on mine and looked them up on the web and it turned out to be my mortgage company.

Good Luck

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