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What kind of inquiry is 'ND'?


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I have "ND-FIRST PREMIER BANK ATV" on my EQ report, but when looking at the Prefix Description, it doesn't really say what an ND inquiry is. I would have though it would have been a PRM (promotional) instead.

 

Can anyone explain the difference?

 

Thanks.

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I thought FB was South Dakota.

 

I don't think that's what is it though as Equifax describes it as

 

"ND Inquiries with this prefix are general inquiries that do not display to credit grantors.

(ND inquiries remain for twelve months.)"

 

Plus there are "ND- Equifax Consumer Services" on my report too.

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Last week a few people said that when they pulled EQ, several inquiries that had been softs suddenly appeared in the hard inquiry section. I think the general consensus was that EQ was having one of its (now frequent) hiccups, but I don't know if the inquiries went back to where they were supposed to be within a day or two.

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