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Witch one of the 3 scores is the one more prominently used when applying for a credit card
Equifax, TransUnion and Experian.
Witch one of the 3 do most credit card companies look at when deciding

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That would depends on which credit you apply. Different credit card company pull from different bureaus, at times it might depends on your location. Tho they may pul from same bureaus but may wish to use different credit score models for their lending decisions ... There is a on-line credit pull database for various credit cards, Google it. Generally speaking, AmEx pull from Ex, Discover pull from Eq, Barclay pull from Tu, CapOne pulls all three, CitiBank might double pull from Eq/Ex, cards issued by Comenity pull from Eq, cards issued by Synchrony pull from Tu, US Bank pull from Tu, FNBO pull from Eq, Chase might double pull from Eq/Ex, PenFed credit union pull from Eq, NASA credit union pull from Ex...

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