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NFCU pulls: is this normal?

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Opened NFCU on 2/11 - 2/12/14

 

Applied for the following:

1) NavCheck

2) Signature Rewards

3) HELoC

 

Here are the 5 HP inquiries generated, is this normal?

2/11/14 Navy FCU (Finance other than personal) - TU

2/13/14 NFCU/Visa (Finance, personal) - TU

2/14/14 Equifax MTG (Misc. & public record) - TU

2/14/14 Navy FCU (Credit Unions) - TU

2/14/14 Navy FCU (Credit Unions) - Equifax

 

 

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When I signed up for my account they pulled TU. In that same day I had applied for an auto loan, and they pulled again. About a week later I had gotten the Secured nRewards card and they pulled TU again. So that was 3 within a week.

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