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how to word this letter?


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#1 lweingart

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Posted 03 May 2012 - 07:29 PM

I got an email from my broker to day that he wants me to explain the inquiries on my credit report. How should I word the letter?

here is the email he sent to me

Hello Lee,

I need a signed, written letter of explanation that itemizes these inquiries (attached). Please indicate if you opened a new account or not. On any that you did open a new account on, we’ll need a copy of the monthly statement.



Thank you,







#2 jop3

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Posted 04 May 2012 - 07:04 AM

You can just bullet point it.

**Inquiry from Credit Report
*** What for - ex: mortgage inquiry, auto inquiry, credit card, etc...
*** Did you open an account - No, or Yes and it'a already on CR, or Yes, here is the statement




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