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chase cli which bureau do they hard pull?

Title says it all. Does anyone know which bureau Chase HPs from when asking for a CLI? Thanks in advance.

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Re: chase cli which bureau do they hard pull?

Pretty much always Experian.

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Re: chase cli which bureau do they hard pull?


Bay_Area_Joe wrote:

Pretty much always Experian.


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Re: chase cli which bureau do they hard pull?

Experian 100% for me.  

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visorboy1974 wrote:

Experian 100% for me.  


Ugh, it seems like everyone pulls Experian now a days...no way to space out inquiries to differnt reports.

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Re: chase cli which bureau do they hard pull?

When I use Maryland its Equifax and TransUnion for Michigan; it most likely differs depending on where you live.
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Re: chase cli which bureau do they hard pull?

What about Illinois? Can they use the same hard pull for 2 cards?

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nash2vic wrote:
What about Illinois? Can they use the same hard pull for 2 cards?

They will not use the same HP for two separate products.  If your application elegibility is borderline, they may use 2 HPs with an alternate CR.

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navigatethis12 wrote:
When I use Maryland its Equifax and TransUnion for Michigan; it most likely differs depending on where you live.

+1

 

It depends on geographical location.  EX appears to be used for the majority with TU as alternate.

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