05-15-2011 09:20 PM
I would greatly appreciate any recommendations for credit cards that do not pull EX, due to many inquiries already on my EX rept.
Also, my true FICO is around 670 to 700 for EQ and TU, so it would need to be a CC that will approve with that score.(According to myFICO score simulator, it would be in the 700 to 750 range if my util was less, which is why I want a CC with a decent limit, instead of the ridiculously LOW $500 and $300 CLI from Cap One.)
05-16-2011 12:47 AM
05-16-2011 02:21 AM
Alliant pulls EQ.
My experience with Discover is either TU-EQ
Barclays is 100% TU for me. I've heard EX for CLIs though.
Nordstrom pulled EQ and TU for me.
05-16-2011 09:32 AM
Thank you for the replies.
I would assume you need to be in the military, or related to someone in the military, for Navy Fed CC... is that right?
Are there any other major CCs that don't pull EX?
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