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Which credit bureau(s) did they pull for these cards?

-Discover More

-Citi ThankYou Premier

-AmEx Zync

 

I'm in the SF Bay Area if it makes a difference.

 

Also, do you think I even stand a chance with any of those cards based on the following information:

-myfico.com (1/11)--757(EQ) and 762(TU).

-annual income of $45,000

-30,000 in student loan debt

-one BofA Visa with a 16,000 credit limit and <1% of utilization

-one inquiry from 08/09 for apartment rent

-AAoA 2 years, 3 m

-no late payments, public records, collections, errors on reports


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Re: Which credit bureau(s) did they pull for these cards?

I believe Discover is primarily EQ and Amex EX.  I'm not sure about Citi and sometimes it varies.

11/30/08 TU 648 EX 672 EQ 656 SEPT 2014 TU 787 EX 789 EQ ???
Amex BCP $24.1K/Clear $8.5- Sallie Mae $27.5 -Cap One QS $7.5 - Chase Freedom $7.5/United $5k/CSP $20k/Ink- Citi DP $9.5/Dividend $13k/HHHx2 $15k/16.4/Reserve $4.5k Best Buy $1940 HD $1701- Discover IT $15k - Elan $8k GEMB Lowes $20k - Macy's $2k - Kohl's $800




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Re: Which credit bureau(s) did they pull for these cards?

I would not think you would have a problem with any of them.  Just apply in this order:

Discover

Citi

Amex

Fico Scores 8: EX 694. TU 689. EQ 658. 05/26/2015
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Re: Which credit bureau(s) did they pull for these cards?

Thanks for the replies.

 

 

Creditaddict, how much time between each app would you recommend? a couple of days? 2-3 months? 6 months? 


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Re: Which credit bureau(s) did they pull for these cards?

 


mordantmaxim wrote:

Thanks for the replies.

 

 

Creditaddict, how much time between each app would you recommend? a couple of days? 2-3 months? 6 months? 


 

If you don't have many recent inquiries, you can apply for them 1 day apart (just to be safe).

 

For me:

Discover has always pulled TU (Just got approved for a More card)

Citi pulled Equifax for my Forward (now ThankYou Card)

Amex pulled all three for me when I applied for Zync twice and denied. 

When I applied for Blue, and got a "tentative approval based on 4506 to be submitted", they only pulled EX.

BofA Cash Rewards VS - $25k/9.99% | Citi Dividend World MC - $12.1k/11.99% | Amex BCE - $20k/10.24% | Chase Freedom VS- $10k/15.24% | Barclay Ring $5k/8.0% | Discover it - $21.5k/11.99%
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Re: Which credit bureau(s) did they pull for these cards?

I'm in Michigan, and Discover has always pulled TU on me.
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EX for all 3 for me Smiley Sad

Discover IT $30K | FNBO Visa $25K | Citi Forward (grandfathered 5x Restaurants!) $14.5K | US Bank Cash+ Visa Sig $15K | Priceline/Barclays $15K | Chase Freedom $10.5K | Amazon/Chase Visa Sig $8.3k | Southwest Premier $7.8K | BoA Cash Rewards 1-2-3 Sig $7.5K | Fidelity AMEX $7K | Citi Double Cash $6.5K | BoA Cash Rewards 1-2-3 Sig $7.5K | Sallie Mae World MC/Barclays $5K | Capital One Cash Rewards $5K | Commerce Bank $5K | WF Cash Back Visa $3.6K | Younkers/Comenity $2.4K | AMEX BCE $3K | Target $1K | EX FICO (from AMEX): 762, TU08 FICO (from Discover): 763, AAoA: 4.3 years
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Re: Which credit bureau(s) did they pull for these cards?

I applied for Amex Zync abt 10 days back (pre selected on their website), got an instant approval but all 3 were pulled. I am in MA

Amex PRG | BoA Cash rewards 35K | BoA Cash rewards 7K | Citi AAdvantage 15 K | Chase Sapphire Preferred 11 K | Chase Freedom 10k | Chase United 5 K | Chase Southwest 5K | Chase Airtran 6.4K | Discover IT 8K | Barclays US Airways 7.8 K | DCU 3 K | US Bank Flex Perks 8K | Toys r US 6 K | JC Penney 4.6 K | Macy's 1200 | Kohl's 600
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TX Fico: 773 (Discover)
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Re: Which credit bureau(s) did they pull for these cards?

 


mordantmaxim wrote:

-Discover More

-Citi ThankYou Premier

-AmEx Zync

 

I'm in the SF Bay Area if it makes a difference.

 

Also, do you think I even stand a chance with any of those cards based on the following information:

-myfico.com (1/11)--757(EQ) and 762(TU).

-annual income of $45,000

-30,000 in student loan debt

-one BofA Visa with a 16,000 credit limit and <1% of utilization

-one inquiry from 08/09 for apartment rent

-AAoA 2 years, 3 m

-no late payments, public records, collections, errors on reports


 

I have CCs will all three of the companies you're asking about. Here is what they pulled:

 

Discover: EX and TU

CITI: EQ and TU

Amex: EQ and EX

 

I live in Hawaii.

Credit Profile - FICO 08 Scores (03-26-2015): EQ 814, EX 817, TU 822
All three scores were 850. Lost points for not having an open installment TL. So, BE WARNED!!!!!
Credit History: 27 years ~ AAoA: 13 years ~ Util: 1% ~ Inqs: TU 1


Credit Cards: Amex BCP ~ Amex Clear ~ Amex Platinum ~ Barclay Ring World Mastercard ~ Chase Freedom Signature Visa ~ CITI Dividend World Mastercard ~ FIA Fidelity Investment Platinum Visa ~ First Hawaiian Bank Gold Visa
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Re: Which credit bureau(s) did they pull for these cards?

 


fused wrote:

mordantmaxim wrote:

-Discover More

-Citi ThankYou Premier

-AmEx Zync

 

I'm in the SF Bay Area if it makes a difference.

 

Also, do you think I even stand a chance with any of those cards based on the following information:

-myfico.com (1/11)--757(EQ) and 762(TU).

-annual income of $45,000

-30,000 in student loan debt

-one BofA Visa with a 16,000 credit limit and <1% of utilization

-one inquiry from 08/09 for apartment rent

-AAoA 2 years, 3 m

-no late payments, public records, collections, errors on reports


I have CCs will all three of the companies you're asking about. Here is what they pulled:

 

Discover: EX and TU

CITI: EQ and TU

Amex: EQ and EX

 

I live in Hawaii.


They each harded you on two? With your scores?? Smiley Surprised

 

 

I've never once been harded on more than one report. Smiley Tongue

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