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HSBC

Does anyone know which bureau HSBC pulls - I live in Texas?

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Re: HSBC

They pulled EQ & EX for me, I live in FL

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Re: HSBC

I live in Texas too and HSBC pull EQ for all of my accounts.
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Re: HSBC

lookingtothefuture, it depends on what card you are applying for.  I also live in Texas and they pulled

EQ - for my Best Buy store card (serviced by HSBC)

EX - for my HSBC weekend card

 

I hope this helps.

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