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Pants wrote:Does anyone know which Online Checking Accounts don't do hard pulls?I had ING Electric Orange for about a few months before they took it away because of a low credit score. The policy at ING when I got the account was "we won't check your credit, and give you free overdraft protection".. ING did a soft pull back in April and closed my account in May. Really I didn't care about OD protection. The paperless checking account was cool. Unfortunately the account comes with OD protection and they do not offer an account without OD protection. Seems ING was afraid I might take my $250.00 in OD protection and move to Mexico.. At first I was unhappy about this, closing an existing checking account. But they will never get any of my money. ING changed the terms to do Hard Pulls for every applicant.I went to HSBC and they did not do any pull my credit to start up a checking account.What about WAMU? or any of the other big ones?
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