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Registered: ‎09-15-2011
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HSN Credit Card

ANyone know by any chance what CA HSN pulls for their cards?


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Re: HSN Credit Card

World Financial Capital Bank does the mastercard. there is also a reference to GEMB on the Credit Pulls database so they might do their flex pay card?

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Re: HSN Credit Card

I take that back it looks like World Financial does both

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Re: HSN Credit Card

You can google "credit pulls database" I'm not sure how much you can rely on the info you find there but from what I just saw (based on the state you live in) they like to pull EQ or EX mostly.


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Re: HSN Credit Card

I have the store card and WFCB pulled Experian when I applied last November.  I'm located in Florida.


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Re: HSN Credit Card

They pulled Experian fraudulently for me in Maryland.  Meaning, I never applied for, nor had anything to do with, the card or company and an inquiry appeared.  It took a lot of time and trouble to get the inquiry removed, also.  But it was definitely Experian.

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Re: HSN Credit Card

great! thank you


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