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NFCU, Alliant, PenFed, USAA (cu-ish) all pull EQ. On rare occassions, it has been reported that for some loan products PenFed has pulled EX in addition.
Locally you just need to ask them.
10-23-2009 03:27 PM
10-25-2009 12:53 PM
If you're interested in local credit unions, as contrasted to the nationally-based ones that we often discuss here, your best source of info is probably the office water cooler and assorted other gathering places.
To start with, you might want to check if your employer is affiliated with a CU.
Actually I just graduated and so I do not have employee networks that I can talk to about local CU's... I believe there are reviews on Yelp, but they rated Navy poorly in my area, so its not that reliable...
I was also wondering.. Is is true that most Credit Unions, if not all, in Southern California pull Experian?
And can I freeze my experian bureau and will the pull be transfered to equifax/TU? Is there any flags or negatives for issuing a credit freeze even after you remove it? (Since I have only 1 inquiry on equifax...)
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