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I got an invitation in the mail to apply for Sun Country Visa credit card but not sure if I qualify. Also, I wanted to know which credit reports they pull because my highest score is with TU 796. Can you tell if I qualify?

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Sun Country Visa card is issued by First Bankcard. This bank usually pulls all three credit reports from three major credit bureaus – TransUnion, Equifax, and Experian. The bank closely looks at recent credit inquiries and if you’ve had to many inquiries recently, your credit card application can be denied. So, do not apply for this card if you have recent credit pulls.
Also, before you apply, we would recommend you to compare Sun Country credit card offer with other travel rewards credit cards. See if there is a better offer for you and only then apply.

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