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Heck if you live in Va then everyone! But yes breeze posted a link that may help you.
Hahaha yes it is Equifax country but I had TU inquiries from American General (they checked both), Capital One, Nextcard, 1st Premier.
On Experian: Cap One, Orchard, Nextcard, First Western National (X.com).
According to that website you were kind enough to post, Amex uses Experian where I live. But I just called their customer service number to ask about my declination (see what I'm learning here already??) and they said they pulled my Equifax. Should I let that board know? HAs anybody done that (knows how?)
I think if your credit is clean with one bureau, the credit card issuer sometime continues to check other credit bureaus to see what those reports look like. I know Capital One platinum checks all 3.
Capital one wiil check all 3 bureaus not only on their Platinium cards. It aslo did that on their affinity cards like Kmart Mastercard.
Look at this website (creditnet) in the popular resources. Then pull down banks vs. CRA list. They have the info you need.