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BoA secured card question

I know this may sound stupid but does BoA pull a hard inq. for the secured card ??

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Re: BoA secured card question

Yes, they will pull a hard inquiry for a secured card. I had a 99/500 before they graduated and that product resulted in two hard inquiries (one for the unsecured app and one for the 99/500).
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Re: BoA secured card question

Thanks llecs, Is it even worth it , the inq. and the cash for the account ?

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Re: BoA secured card question

IMO, yes! Most definitely. Unless your scores are super high, the inquiry damage will likely be nil. You also get all of your deposit back after 9-12 months of great payment history. After they unsecured the card, then you are eligible for CLIs, of which they tend to be generous.
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Re: BoA secured card question

Thanks again !!

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