If left unchecked, hard inquiries on Equifax can suppress your credit score up to 10 per-inquiry.
Even more, if you're in the market for a new house, car, or loan... having a ton of hard inquiries on your report makes it almost impossible to get good terms.
The worst part? Trying to dispute your inquiries with Equifax directly is confusing and often a waste of time.
If you tried removing these hard inquiries yourself, Equifax generally accept 4 reasons when you're disputing inquiries. These are:
You'll want to include 4 simple pieces of personal information, too.
There are many ways to word the dispute that will get better deletion results. You may also have to mail the dispute to the lender that originally pulled your credit.
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