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When will 4 hard inquiries turn into 1 for a single loan?!
I applied for a car loan and got approved then noticed that it ran through 4 different places so I have 4 hard inquiries on my credit score for 1 loan! I read that in a situation like this or for mortgage loans this is common practice but will only count as 1 hit but I was wondering when this will be reflected as 1 and not 4 on my credit score ?

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Jeremy

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Yes, those might count to your "score" as one if it's been coded properly, but those will be listed on you "report" as individuals.

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If you had read the articles here, you would know how credit actually works.  The four inquiries will not turn into one but will not adversely affect your credit report. 

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