04-23-2008 08:31 AM
WHOA, NELLY, STOP, DON'T DO THIS!!!!!
I am now the owner of a Best Buy store card with a CL of $2500. When you hit that button, you do get a hard. In my case, it was on EQ. (Poor old EQ, but at least it wasn't EX.)
Even though my supposed soft app didn't go through initially, the HSBC CSR cheerfully told me that the inq had already gone through, and they just needed to verify my identity, don't know why. They asked if I had ever had various professional licenses, including electrician and private investigator, and they asked me to confirm what city my son lives in (he has a BB card.)
So oh well, I guess I have another place where I can go by a fridge. But this does not appear to be a soft app, or at least, it wasn't for me.
PS: just checked my EQ full report (God bless Equifax Credit Watch Gold), and yup, there it is, Beneficial Financial Bank, Wilmington, DE.
BTW, I would not have done a trial app if I hadn't been willing to live with the consequences. I can promise you, I would not have done this with a WFNNB card. So, cool, I have a Best Buy card. Time to figure out what I can do with it!
04-23-2008 12:12 PM
04-23-2008 12:42 PM
04-25-2008 04:00 AM
I sure wouldn't mind hearing OP say that...
Sylviatob wrote: Hauling, I'm sorry I wasn't here yesterday. I could have saved you a hard pull.
04-25-2008 06:10 AM
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