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johnnybear
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Re: Alliant FYI

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We may not want to hang up if a guy answers:smileywink:. We just gotta make sure that guy is Nick. I saw in another thread Nick says one pull will do.

 

Nick for Prezident

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Camilion
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well.....all my dealings were with Nick and I got  2 Pulls....one for opening the account and one for the visa...sooo maybe it's based on how they feel that day((shrug))
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MsAlisha
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Re: Alliant FYI

I received two pulls as well, with a promise to remove the inquiry associated with my membership and pre-approvals.

 

Still waiting to see if that will happen.

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creditwherecreditisdue
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MsAlisha wrote:

I received two pulls as well, with a promise to remove the inquiry associated with my membership and pre-approvals.

 

Still waiting to see if that will happen.


Without regard to what anybody might say this can be done and you should hold them to it.

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illtakecreditforthat
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Re: Alliant FYI

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MsAlisha wrote:

I received two pulls as well, with a promise to remove the inquiry associated with my membership and pre-approvals.

 

Still waiting to see if that will happen.


FYI - I've had several CCCs promise to remove inquiries.  Never happens.  My suggestion (which worked for me) is have whoever promised the removal to e-mail you their request for removal.  After receipt, you print the e-mail and send to CRA.  

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Smrtshppr43
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Re: Alliant FYI

Just speaking for myself here, but technically, I did not give Alliant permission to pull twice. I did not realize the credit card ap was doing another pull. I was under the impression at that time, that the ap would be based on my original inquiry. So, I plan to dispute the second one on my report and see can I get one off. It is fair to have one, but not fair to have two, especially when I did not realize it. And I am sure it was technically in the small print somewhere, so it really is my own fault for not reading more, but I honestly thought it was based on the first pull.
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Smrtshppr43 wrote:
Just speaking for myself here, but technically, I did not give Alliant permission to pull twice. I did not realize the credit card ap was doing another pull. I was under the impression at that time, that the ap would be based on my original inquiry. So, I plan to dispute the second one on my report and see can I get one off. It is fair to have one, but not fair to have two, especially when I did not realize it. And I am sure it was technically in the small print somewhere, so it really is my own fault for not reading more, but I honestly thought it was based on the first pull.

I tried to have duplicate inquiry removed by EQ.  Their response was that they are merely reporting a creditor's inquiry into your report, and only that creditor can remove it.

 

I had the inquiry removed by getting an e-mail from the credit card company requesting removal, printing it, and sending it to Eq.  DO NOT RELY ON ALLIANT TO REMOVE THE INQUIRY.  IT WON'T HAPPEN.

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creditwherecreditisdue
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Re: Alliant FYI

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Smrtshppr43 wrote:
Just speaking for myself here, but technically, I did not give Alliant permission to pull twice. I did not realize the credit card ap was doing another pull. I was under the impression at that time, that the ap would be based on my original inquiry. So, I plan to dispute the second one on my report and see can I get one off. It is fair to have one, but not fair to have two, especially when I did not realize it. And I am sure it was technically in the small print somewhere, so it really is my own fault for not reading more, but I honestly thought it was based on the first pull.

 

You will find trying to remove an inquiry by dispute to fall somewhere between unreliable and unfruitful. Legally INQ are required to be reported so that you will have some way of knowing who is poking into your credit files. Without reported INQ's anybody could be nosing in there any time and you would have no way of knowing, You would not want that. It was only after INQ's became part of your credit record that FICO (and possibly other scoring models) decided to incorporate their use into their models. You need to work with Alliant to get it removed. Tread gently.
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creditwherecreditisdue wrote:

MsAlisha wrote:

I received two pulls as well, with a promise to remove the inquiry associated with my membership and pre-approvals.

 

Still waiting to see if that will happen.


Without regard to what anybody might say this can be done and you should hold them to it.


 

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johnnybear
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Re: Alliant FYI

UPDATE!!!

 

I decided to go for the CC today. I found the nerve to say to the 1st person that answered the phone,"hi,I'm calling to apply for the plat rewards card,and per my conversation with a rep the other day(didn't want to name drop unless necessary,may get someone in trouble),my initial credit report from when I applied for membership would suffice". If you have to pull another bureau,I don't want to apply.

 

He said yes sir,that is correct.........:smileyvery-happy:. As long as it has not been 30 days since you opened your membership I can use the previous report. If you hold just a moment. After what seemed like 2 hours,but actually was more like 3 mins,he said............ I can approve you for a $5000 rewards card right now if you like. I LIKE!!!  In case you are wondering,it was NOT Nick(LOL)


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