10-29-2012 02:35 PM
wow.. this was a great question... Ive noticed that all of the lenders are starting to base clis off of sps. They used to not do that :-(
Meh, guess I better make sure all of my balances are properly reporting for Amex soft pulling me LOL if I want that 3xcli.
How are you able to see that they are softing you, and what report(s) do they typically do the sps??
10-29-2012 02:51 PM
Amex always softs Experian for me. My understanding is that it's their favorite CRA. Some credit monitoring services will show soft inquiries. I only see mine right now because I still have access to the results of a recent dispute.
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