I go over the different inquiry letters that you can send out and which one works best for my clients (the FCRA purpose for a credit pull) and show the progress report for a recent client for the 1st round of disputes and how to take the inquiry listing from your report and put it into the letter.
You do have a few ways of attacking inquiries and can dispute either with the bureaus or the creditors (or both) and even make complaints with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureaus or the attorney general for your state.
#1 Start with Rapid Inquiry Removal
#2 then use the FCRA purpose
#3 dispute with the creditor
#4 use other inquiry templates as back ups if that does not work
#5 go to the CFPB or AG if that does not work
Please do NO…