Hector Molina, WalletHub Analyst
The credit bureau Chase uses for approval is mainly Experian, according to customer service. However, it’s possible for Chase to use any of the three major credit bureaus to evaluate credit card applications for approval: Experian, TransUnion and/or Equifax. In some cases, the credit bureau that Chase will pull your credit report from is determined by the state you live in and the credit card you apply for.
Keep in mind that it’s impossible to be certain about which bureau they will pull your report from. So, make sure all of your reports are in order. Remember that you are entitled to one free report from each of the three major credit bureaus every 12 months. This will provide an opportunity to check for any incorrect or outdated information on your credit report.
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