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what happens to your score when you have hard credit inquiries
What happens to your score when there are hard inquiries made and how can you avoid having hard inquiries made when you're trying to buy a new car?

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what does happen how could i go from 706 to 630 in 4 months

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this question has been asked a million times do some research before you post a question we don't mind helping but thos of us that have answered 500+ responses are tired of seeing the same simple questions that take 5 seconds of research.......as for the 2nd part of your question it is a bit more intrinsic so i will give an explanation when you go to a car dealer to get a qoute be weary as this can cause more then one inquiry I have heard of people getting hit multiple times 5-50 times no exaggeration because they way the car dealer system is set up is they feed through the machine and the machine runs multiple dealers at once and theres not a lot you can do about it.....except pay cash to avoid the situation perhaps a personal loan from a bank and you need large downpayment of 10-15% or a 765 credit score if you don't have a cosigner

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