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citibank pulls ex in queens

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applied for a citi diamonds card and citi pulled ex in queens instead of the usual eq. I read some posts lately that citi switched to ex in other states. Is citi going the amex way and is going to strictly pull ex? Did anyone apply for citi recently in the last week and had a pull other than ex? :rofl::dance::D

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Several recent threads floating around that indicated Citi has completely changed pulls for geographical locations. They aren't just pulling EX, they use to only pull TU in my area...that has now changed to EQ within the past month.

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Just applied recently and they pull EQ. It is by geographical area, which can even result in them pulling different reporting agencies for the same state.

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I live in brooklyn, they switched from TU to EQ for me but I had EX on lockdown. They must have had some falling out with TU....

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