03-22-2013 08:38 AM
Just noticed that Citi double pulled me back in January when I apped for the TY Premier - EQ and EX. Is this something that they are doing now? I searched topics in this forum and only found 1 thread about it from Nov 2012. I don't think I was borderline because the approval was instant and my EQ score was in the 760s at the time. What gives?
03-22-2013 08:53 AM
Yea some time when a underwriter not very experienced put the app through.
I wouldnt worry about it since the lender can pull all 3 if they wish so there is nothing you could do about that with regret to say.
Ps Capitalone pulls all 3 some time
03-22-2013 09:00 AM
03-22-2013 09:15 AM
I apped for the Forward in April 2012 and they pulled EQ only, so this threw me for a loop. I'm not too worried since I have 6 INQs on EX and a handful of those are set to fall off this year plus I'm in the garden until next year. But this is slightly annoying.
03-22-2013 09:18 AM
+1 they reckless when it comes to the inquires
I have 12 inq on equifax and 7 are from citi in 3 months of applying for cli or the new account
03-22-2013 09:20 AM
After reading this post, I went and looked at my cr's and saw that they double pulled me yesterday when I was approved for a card with them. (EQ,EX) It also looks like they sp'd me as well yesterday because a CBNA showed up on my sp's. I assume that is citi
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