08-11-2007 03:01 PM
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08-11-2007 03:37 PM
08-11-2007 03:40 PM
Are you looking for a loan or a credit card?
Please do it over in a better format.What about Bank of America, Citi bank, and J.P Morgan Chase(Chase). Thank you. and do you think I can get a good rate and better credit limit on a loan with a score about 700 and 715?
08-11-2007 03:52 PM
08-11-2007 04:28 PM
BoA (bank of america) has an unsecured flexible term personal loan as low as 8.99%. You can borrow up to 25K. Your scores alone might very well qualify you. It's impossible to know for sure which CRA a lender or CCC might pull. You can ask before they pull your credit, maybe they will tell you and maybe they won't. That said, if I were betting, I would guess BoA would pull EQ, maybe TU.
I am looking for a loan and I would like to know which bank gives a better loan and rate for unsecured loans with a credit score of 700-725, and which credit bureau do they usually use.
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