04-05-2013 02:02 AM
I pulled an updated EQ updated report as of 4/5/13 since I got the 30 days free trial.
I see all these under personal information of the report... I crossed out all my personal info for obvious reason.
You have no other identification on file.
You have no Employment History on file.
File Blocked For Promotional Purposes
File Blocked For Promotional Purposes
File Blocked for Promotional Purposes
|Expiration Date:||05/28/2017||Date Reported:||04/03/2013|
|Address:||Phone:||Daytime (xxx) xxx-xxxxx|
|Phone:||Evening (xxx) xxx-xxxx||Phone:||Cellular (xxx) xxx-xxxx|
You have no Consumer Statement on file.
This is the first time I see it on an actual credit report that I pulled, yesterday morning I saw it under the dispute page that it's updated.
Is it really possible for the bank to not see the updated report if I can pull one from EQ? Do they have delay to get an updated report? somehow i find that hard to believe.. I will have to talk to someone at Chase tomorrow.
04-05-2013 02:20 AM
it is possible for the bank to not be able to see it. you can see it because you are pulling your own report.
you might want to ask EQ if they have processed it yet. Experian can take up 5 business days to process requests. I am not sure about EQ.
04-05-2013 02:37 AM
Thanks for the reply. I would think that the bank would obviously have a leg up in getting the most updated report with more details than the one I pulled.
I wil check with EQ and see what's up. Under the fraud alert and the phone number, i see "
which was changed from a date in 2011 so i thought that it has definitely been reported on my CR.
04-05-2013 03:23 AM - edited 04-05-2013 03:23 AM
I can't read all the pages so if I am repeating info, sorry. That's an extended fraud alert, to remove it you need to fax/mail in the required dox. Otherwise you can update the phone number online. It cannot be removed over the phone, the only fraud alert that can is the temporary 90 day one. Chase recycles your CR for 21-30 days, not sure of the time frame off memory. So everytime they "pull," it is just reviewing the same old report that lacks the phone number. You will need to wait until they can pull a new one.
04-05-2013 06:37 AM - edited 04-05-2013 06:41 AM
DRUMROLL PLZ PEOPLE!
I got approved! for $1000 credit line for the Chase Freedom Visa Card!! just this morning at 6:22AM GREAT DAY IN THE MORNING!
Me daredevil self wanted to believe that there's no way Chase could not have gotten an updated report as I did. I called again (this time with a different # (1888-245-0625) that also led to the "chase lending service" near 5:AM in the monring, that's about 8AM EST. and got a really nice lady (tip of the day, it seems female representative always seems to be more willing to help out and go the extra mile to get you approved or at least try)
So I basically started off telling her to check on my application. I was immediately disappointed at first when she came back on line and said my application was denied but then she checked and told me its because of the "extended fraud alert" and there's no contact info to reach me. So i just told her that I just got the updated report as of 4/5/13 today and the contact info shows up on my report. I also told her that I saw Chase pulled TU and EX as well and I have contact info with the same phone numbers on my other two reports.
So then after she went back to check, she came back on the line and told me she's gonna have to do a hard pull to get an updated report. (I figured.. hope against hope) and she asked for my # and told me she'd call me back within the hour. (make me wonder if the last guy really did pull another report or not since he came back in like 1 minute and told me still no contact this afternoon)
About 30 minutes passed, i got the call back from her, and she said she's ABLE to get the contact info from the report, and then she asked me a few questions on my report like my last dispute (i don't even remember) so i just told her there's no ongoing dispute. and my paid settlement with the last car loan that was repossessed a few years back. Aside from that, I have 2 years good payment hisotry with my Cap1 card. So then she said from what she's seeing, she'll recommaned an approval with $1000 credit line! Then she went off and came back and said I got approved and i'll have the card and welcome package in two different mails and it'll take 2 weeks to get it.
I was very happy and thank for her effort and I can't wait to get the card in the mail! This will be my first unsecured card from CHASE no less! since my two years history with my Cap1 card, Hopefully i will be able to get an increased Credit line after 6 months or a year of use!
Most of all, Thanks you guys for helping me with your posts!
04-05-2013 06:46 AM
04-05-2013 07:12 AM - edited 04-05-2013 07:13 AM
I believe 2 pulls were done. one from the application, and one from this morning.. however it remains to be seen if there were 3 (whether or not the guy actually pulled a credit report or not yesterday afternoon).
Will my credit score take a dip once my new chase freedom card is on the CR as new credit? I know it will shorten the average credit history somewhat, not that it matters because i don't think i will be looking for any additional credit any time soon.
04-05-2013 09:43 AM
04-05-2013 12:53 PM
grats!!!!! i'm happy it finally paid off
04-05-2013 04:08 PM
**bleep**... I wanted to give Amex green card a try because it's like my dream card that i wanted to get one day! and i figured that I am not gonna wait till there's a chase card on my CR before I do it.. and the first try with the 60 seconds decision........... BAMMMMMMMMMMM
Congratulations Jonathan XXXXXX,
your application has been approved.
You are now an American Express® Cardmember.
I can't frigging believe this LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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