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A good CU that pulls Experian? Preferably soft pull?

Just had an impromtu app spree And scored a SPG, IT, Freedom, and unsecured a us bank card. Hitting the garden but I want to start building a CU relationship to eventually app for a very low apr card with a good high limit. Any recomendations?

 

Prefer EX as my score is 736

Other two around 670.

 

Thanks!!

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Re: A good CU that pulls Experian? Preferably soft pull?

SDFCU will pull EX.  APR is 6.99%   And the card is AWESOME.

EX:694 TU:744 EQ:777
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Re: A good CU that pulls Experian? Preferably soft pull?

Andrews FCU also pulls EXP. They offer as low as 7.99%. 1.90% APR for purchases and BT for the first 9 months.  It has a EMV chip.

 

 

Ron.

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Re: A good CU that pulls Experian? Preferably soft pull?

Sounds excellent. Soft, Hard, Or ymmv?

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Re: A good CU that pulls Experian? Preferably soft pull?

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nodak64 wrote:

Sounds excellent. Soft, Hard, Or ymmv?


HP. By the way, Andrews might sent you pre-approval after a year.

 

Ron.

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Re: A good CU that pulls Experian? Preferably soft pull?


nodak64 wrote:

Sounds excellent. Soft, Hard, Or ymmv?


Both mentioned cards have EMV and are both chip+PIN.  I am not a member at Andrews, but the SDFCU will soft pull for membership and hard pull for the visa.

EX:694 TU:744 EQ:777
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Re: A good CU that pulls Experian? Preferably soft pull?

If you live or have a family member in PA, PSECU SPs for membership.


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Re: A good CU that pulls Experian? Preferably soft pull?

I like the sound of sdfcu gonna go that route. Thanks for the helpul replies

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