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Auto Insurance rates - hard pull?

I want to contact my auto insurance and see if I can get a better rate from them (Progressive).  Will they do a hard pull for this request?



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Re: Auto Insurance rates - hard pull?


Duncanrr wrote:

I want to contact my auto insurance and see if I can get a better rate from them (Progressive).  Will they do a hard pull for this request?



All my recent insurance stuff (new auto, homeowners insurance) were all soft pulls

 

 

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rckstrscott wrote:


All my recent insurance stuff (new auto, homeowners insurance) were all soft pulls

 

 

-scott


+1.   Insurance pulls are soft.

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Re: Auto Insurance rates - hard pull?

It was a soft pull.  I went from $168.83/month to $121.50/month!  28% discount!!! 47.33 less per month!

 

Thanks MyFICO :smileyhappy:



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Re: Auto Insurance rates - hard pull?


Duncanrr wrote:

It was a soft pull.  I went from $168.83/month to $121.50/month!  28% discount!!! 47.33 less per month!

 

Thanks MyFICO :smileyhappy:


Wow, very nice !!!   You just saved a bunch on your car insurance !!  :smileyhappy:

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Duncanrr wrote:

It was a soft pull.  I went from $168.83/month to $121.50/month!  28% discount!!! 47.33 less per month!

 

Thanks MyFICO :smileyhappy:


CONGRATZ!

 

Do they soft pull all 3 CRA's?

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Duncanrr wrote:

It was a soft pull.  I went from $168.83/month to $121.50/month!  28% discount!!! 47.33 less per month!

 

Thanks MyFICO :smileyhappy:


CONGRATZ!

 

Do they soft pull all 3 CRA's?


Not sure.  All I know it wasnt a hardpull on all three.  I use Progressive.



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Not sure.  All I know it wasnt a hardpull on all three.  I use Progressive.


Progressive has previously pulled Experian only for me.

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Re: Auto Insurance rates - hard pull?

Congrats! What was the reason for lowering your premium?

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Re: Auto Insurance rates - hard pull?

I made 1 year of coverage with Progressive (10% discount) and lower credit score (18%).  The 10% I was told so by simple math, that leaves 18% for the better credit report :smileyhappy:



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