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I have been searching High and low trying to find who Pep Boys Commercial Net 30 account report to, but  it seems that i can only find one forum speaking about them. and the information provided on the forum is not very clear so hopefully someone can help provide what i the right answer

 

Thanks in advance

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11 hours ago, Sweethomemov said:

I have been searching High and low trying to find who Pep Boys Commercial Net 30 account report to, but  it seems that i can only find one forum speaking about them. and the information provided on the forum is not very clear so hopefully someone can help provide what i the right answer

 

Thanks in advance

By report to, do you mean to ask who the Pep Boys credit card issuer is? If so, it's Synchrony. If you mean which credit report/s does Synchrony pull in making a decision, check the database.

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15 hours ago, StarkRaven$ said:

By report to, do you mean to ask who the Pep Boys credit card issuer is? If so, it's Synchrony. If you mean which credit report/s does Synchrony pull in making a decision, check the database.

No, Pep boys on the consumer side is backed by Syncrony but on the commercial end I am starting to believe it is in-house. No information can be found

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