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PENFED CLI

Hello All,

 

I have tried asking this question a couple times but no answer, so I thought let me try again through a new post. My PENFED card (VISA cashback) just became one year old (09/09/2010)and I was wondering if I could get a CLI. Does anyone know if this will be a soft pull or a hard pull?

 

I also have their AMEX, which will be one year in November. I have always PIF except a couple months left 50-100 bucks. VISA is at 2500 and AMEX is at 5k. Scores in the siggy. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks

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Re: PENFED CLI

I requested a cli when my account reached one year--it was a hard pull

 

I had heard of the "pre-approvals", but according to a few PenFed csrs, those are now less abundant than before.


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Re: PENFED CLI

If u request CLI - hard pull

 

If u get preapproval - no hard pull.

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Re: PENFED CLI

 


MyFicoAddict wrote:

Hello All,

 

I have tried asking this question a couple times but no answer, so I thought let me try again through a new post. My PENFED card (VISA cashback) just became one year old (09/09/2010)and I was wondering if I could get a CLI. Does anyone know if this will be a soft pull or a hard pull?

 

I also have their AMEX, which will be one year in November. I have always PIF except a couple months left 50-100 bucks. VISA is at 2500 and AMEX is at 5k. Scores in the siggy. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks


Definitely hard pull.

 

 

If you are on the market for an additional credit product (card/loan), you can use that same hard pull for those.

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Re: PENFED CLI

It's  been 15 months since opening my account , and I'm  still waiting on the preapproval to pop-up. 

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Re: PENFED CLI

 


DI wrote:

It's  been 15 months since opening my account , and I'm  still waiting on the preapproval to pop-up. 


Apparently some members never receive them, for whatever reason.

 

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