08-10-2009 10:08 PM
I'm in AZ too and they pulled TU. From all I read prior to applying it seems that they primarily pull TU no matter where you live.
REALLY!!!! that's very good to hear....my TU will only have 3 inquiries at the end of the month. everyone seems to pull EQ & EX where i live.
Keep in mind when I applied I asked the specific question which CRA they would pull and they said it could vary.
However, almost all of the hard pulls for my cards etc.. have been EX. out here. With the obvious exception of NFCU who always pulls EQ.
The only other company who pulled EQ. for me was Discover.
08-10-2009 10:10 PM
If you have insurance with State Farm and want a quick approval call or go see your insurance agent. I knew instantly when I applied for that primary reason. If you call into State Farm Bank or apply online I beleive it may take 48 hours or more to find out the answer.
Incidentally, your State Farm Agent gets some sort of reward if you apply through them. So it is better for you and them if you include your agent in the application process.
Spiffs are good. He'll love ya for it!
SHE was very pleased to help.
08-10-2009 10:19 PM - edited 08-10-2009 10:22 PM
My approval wasn't instant, I called the next day and was approved. I don't remember if they had an automated system or not, but it seems that I spoke to someone. Do a search on here for TU pullers and I think State farm will come up quite often. Best of luck.
You are exactly right...I have read the same threads.
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