05-19-2008 11:19 PM
05-20-2008 06:36 AM - edited 05-20-2008 06:36 AM
The softs show up on the CR's you get directly from each CRA (or via something like annualcreditreport.com).
Soviyana wrote:We've been talking a lot about soft pulls and hard pulls. I understand the difference, but don't know where I go to SEE the 'soft' pull? I don't see it listed anywhere on the myFico power reports..and it's not on my True Credit one either. So far, I've been guessing based on the absence of a hard pull when I apply, but I'd love to know who is peaking in.Thanks!
05-20-2008 06:52 AM - edited 05-20-2008 06:53 AM
05-20-2008 06:15 PM
If you use truecredit click on the "dispute" link and start to go through the process (you won't actually submit a dispute) - this will show you the REAL CRA report and will list the softs (I know this works for EX and EQ - not sure about TU). I use the method you mention - if it doesn't show as a hard it must have been a soft...
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