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Re: what credit card companies just pull experain ?

dell denied me when i had above 650 scores.  guess it just depends on what is on your reports :smileywink:
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Re: what credit card companies just pull experain ?

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Don't know about "just" Experian, but Wells Fargo has been pulling nothing else on me, checking, credit, whatever. [Edited]

 

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