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Wayfair shopping cart trick
This is not an questing but an update. I tried this for several weeks with no success. I finally called Wayfair and was transferred to the bank. I was told by the bank directly that they don't have the shopping trick anymore. I was also told that I could apply online with the last four of my social and was assured it would be a SOFT-PULL. I got the 7-10 day letter but more importantly they did do a HARD PULL but only to Experian. Don't know the reason for the 7-10 day as my Experian is 650 with 45 percent util. and only have one other recent inquiry from Overstock and was approved for 1,500.Hope this info helps some other members.

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You sir are an idiot. It's called "trick" for a fu#king reason. If the front line CSR have clue about it or if it's their company policy to do so? It wouldn't be called a TRICK wouldn't it? 

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