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which cc use which bureau

Does anyone know where I can access what credit report a cc is pulling for either approving / declining new business? My EQ is quite a bit higher than the other two, and I am looking at getting into a CC (to have an active one on file) to boost my score a little over the next year. What is a decent card that pulls EQ that reports regularly to the credit bureaus?
Thanks.
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happyone wrote:
Does anyone know where I can access what credit report a cc is pulling for either approving / declining new business? My EQ is quite a bit higher than the other two, and I am looking at getting into a CC (to have an active one on file) to boost my score a little over the next year. What is a decent card that pulls EQ that reports regularly to the credit bureaus?
Thanks.


 
Go to www.whogavemecredit.com and you can find a list of issuers and the bureaus they pull as well as scores at the time of approval/denial and reasons given.  Just be sure to look at approvals for your stae.

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Re: which cc use which bureau

Citi is a big EQ puller.

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