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too many hard enquiries while trying to buy auto
a auto dealership hit my credit with 7 hard inquiries with both credit agencys, what can i do, if i had know they were doing it , I would have passed on the auto purchase..

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If you had taken the time to read the articles to understand how credit works that are part of the credit education offered by Credit Karma, then you would have known that there will be inquiries for EVERY credit account you try to open.  How are they gooing to know if you are a reliable debtor who can be trusted to pay off a purchase if they don't do an inquiry?  The fact that they had to do so many inquiries shows the dealership was tyrying  to get a good financing deal for you sand apparently were having problems finding one.  Get to reading or you will be frustrated for the rest of your life.

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