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E-Loan question

Hello readers,     Dont know if this is the right spot, but does anyone know who eloans pulls their cr from? If so ,  whats there minimum fico score allowed? I heard they were bk friendly.
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I applied May 2007 to E-loans for a car loan.  They pulled my Experian report only.  However, I later discovered that RoadLoans.com pulled my Experian report the same day.  I did not apply with them.  They were one of the companies that Eloans gave my info to.  I am mailing a dispute letter to Experian today to remove Road Loans's hard inquiry as I did not allow them to pull my credit.  I will try to give a response , but be careful about who you give any info to is the lesson i have learned.
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Re: E-Loan question

thx for the info, but since it was within the two week period, should'nt that only count as one inquiry?
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Re: E-Loan question

Eloans has been BK friendly but not sure how long you need to be discharged from BK...Cap1 BK friendly as long as new credit is OK post BK....
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Re: E-Loan question

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26Million wrote:
I applied May 2007 to E-loans for a car loan.  They pulled my Experian report only.  However, I later discovered that RoadLoans.com pulled my Experian report the same day.  I did not apply with them.  They were one of the companies that Eloans gave my info to.  I am mailing a dispute letter to Experian today to remove Road Loans's hard inquiry as I did not allow them to pull my credit.  I will try to give a response , but be careful about who you give any info to is the lesson i have learned.


If you apply via e-loan don't you give them permission to pass on your info to a range of possible lenders?  Hence a range of credit pulls?
 
And E loans seems to be affiliated with Road Loans  :smileyvery-happy:


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