03-15-2009 01:12 PM
03-15-2009 02:13 PM
Welcome to the forums!
It really depends on the CCCs (credit card companies) and where you live. Some CCCs utilize a certain CRA (credit reporting agency) more than others.
Amex is a huge EX puller
Discover mostly EX or TU
CITI mostly EQ
Macy's mostly EX
Chase might pull any one of the three, they're very hard to predict
I live in Hawaii, aka EX land. I suggest you ask about a specific CCC and tell everyone which state you're in, you might very well get some good information.
03-15-2009 02:29 PM
03-15-2009 02:35 PM
03-15-2009 03:28 PM
I live in Southern California
I also live in so cal and here is a list of who pulled what for me.
Wal Mart- Eq
Jc Pennys - Eq
Capitol One -Eq/Ex/Tu ( i believe Cap One always pulls all 3)
Chase (Circuit City)-Eq
Chase Master Card-Ex
Hsbc (Best Buy)-Eq
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