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Does BOFA Do HP When Adding Money to Secured CC?

I want to add money to my BOFA secured cc every time I get paid. I heard from another board that BOFA does a hard pull when you want a CLI, but does that apply to secured cc?

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Re: Does BOFA Do HP When Adding Money to Secured CC?


PrettyGyrl wrote:

I want to add money to my BOFA secured cc every time I get paid. I heard from another board that BOFA does a hard pull when you want a CLI, but does that apply to secured cc?


Unfortunately it is a HP. It happened to me when i increased my collateral from 600 to 2000 and have kept it at that amount cuz of that reason.

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Re: Does BOFA Do HP When Adding Money to Secured CC?

Damn!:smileyfrustrated:

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