The credit bureau that chase will pull your credit from depends on your location. Below we have a complete list of the 51 states in the USA (including Washington DC) and the credit bureau chase has pulled from.
In these charts we’ve provided you with the state and the credit bureaus that Chase has pulled from in that state. The number next to some of the credit bureaus indicates the number of people who have reported this information. In some cases you’ll see some in abbreviations, this happens when Chase pulls from multiple credit bureaus.
We compiled these lists by looking at data found in the credit boards credit pull database (make sure you add in your own information to help it grow). We only included data from the start of 2008 onwards and have removed duplicated listings where possible. You can also add to this list by commentating, just make sure you state whether you also added this data into the database
so we don’t count it twice. We also haven’t count applications where the user has had one or more reports frozen .
We look at data on the following cards only (alphabetical order):
We weren’t able to find data for the following cards:
- The Ritz-Carlton Rewards® Credit Card
- IHG® Rewards Club Select Visa®
- Fairmont Visa Signature® Credit Card
- Amtrak Guest Rewards® MasterCard®
- Southwest Airlines® Rapid Rewards® Premier Business Card
- Southwest Airlines® Rapid Rewards® Plus Business Card
- United MileagePlus® Explorer Business Card
- GM Business Card
This page was last updated on the 17th of February, 2014. We will update it next on 17th May, 2014.
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