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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by matty61184, Aug 6, 2003.
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Are you looking at a single report from one CRA or a merged report from Privacy Guard or something like that? If you're looking at a merged report then it's quite possible that they pulled a copy of all three reports... which would show up as three inquiries... one for each report. I think it's pretty unusual for a company like that to pull all three reports, but it's not unheard of.
If they did, in fact, pull one report three times, then that seems kind of odd, but unfortunatly I think it is still within their rights (Although the one listed as 'Checking account' seems a little fishy). If this is the case, you might be able to call the CRA and point out the three inquiries and ask if they can delete all but one as duplicates. People have had luck with this if they get a nice customer service rep.
In this case...the CRA(S) can be your friend...they will remove DUPLICATE, TRIPLICATE inquires in a 30 day period...
No, it was only on one report, Experian.