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Why did my score drop so drastically?
I started out with a 708 and one credit card. When I started CK I had 4 hard inquiries cause I had started trying to get approved for credit cards. In February I bought a car and 2 dealers ran my credit. Neither inquires dropped off. And my score dropped to 648 I applied for a credit card and got denied in March. Making my hard inquiries total at 8. And then today (April) I check my account and my score dropped to 591?? It said one of my hard inquires had dropped off making my total of 8 again?? I'm so confused. I've never paid any payment late and it just keeps dropping for no apparent reason. The only activity on my accounts is me paying my payments.

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go to www.annualcreditreport.com and pull all 3 credit reports and if you see any discprencies report them and they have to investigate it and if its inaccurate delete it 

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