JPMCB Card is a credit card issued through Chase.
JPMCB Card is probably on your credit report as a hard inquiry. This often happens when you apply for a card.
If a hard inquiry is on your credit report, it's damaging your credit score (until it gets removed).
JPMCB Auto is the auto loan branch of JP Morgan Chase & Co. JPMCB Auto will appear on your credit report if you get a car loan with Chase Bank.
JPMCB (JP Morgan Chase Bank) offers credit cards and may show up on your credit report if you've applied for one. Why? Applying for a credit card authorizes a hard pull from the bank, which can hurt your credit score.
JPMCB (JP Morgan Chase Bank) on your credit report likely means you've recently applied for a Chase Bank credit card. Applying for a Chase credit card authorizes the bank to check your credit (hard pull), impacting your score. If you didn't apply for a credit card, you can dispute it.
When you apply for a credit card, you authorize the bank to check your credit. JPMCB will show up on your credit report because they've conducted a hard pull on your credit.
JPMCB HL is the home loan branch of JP Morgan Chase & Co. If you've applied for a mortgage with Chase Bank, it's likely they did a hard pull to check your credit.
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