05-21-2013 10:26 PM
Does anyone know what the approval score is to obtain either of these? And whether applying at the outlet versions (Off 5th or Last Call) warrant the same CC you can use at outlet and regular dept. store?
05-21-2013 10:40 PM
@forumpheen the outlets take the cards as well.
my saks card was cld during the hsbc fall-apart to the super random amount $505. the "only" way they will reinstate my credit limit is a hard pull (something to do with them not asking about income when i first got my card and the CARD act...), so i have never had it reinstated. i wonder if the capital one executive office would work on this one, now that the card is administered by cap1....
05-21-2013 10:59 PM
Thanks! Would you say it's better to apply in store instead of online? I keep thinking that applying in store means your initial limit will be whatever you are purchasing, hence the reason why I am waiting to do my annual back to school shopping for my kids and then pull the trigger. I could be wrong though. Any advice?
07-05-2013 02:35 PM
Hi! Im Brianna Copeland from Atlanta,Georgia Sw. I was very excited when i found out about the credit card approval. I would really like to get one. I am a mother of two lil girls and two boys. I have been working very hard to keep my spirit up. Its very hard. I always thought my life would be better than this. I never knew i will end up in this position. I know I can do better ,thats why im looking forward to purchase my own business. It would be a blessing if i can get approved, and by the way, yall are my favorite store. Everything is exclusive....... Thank You
08-07-2013 01:43 PM
Pulled the trigger today. Strolled into my Off 5th store and dealt with my longtime fav employee (mgr), and told her it was time to hit that button for me.
I am a new Saksfirst cardholder now . Limit wasn't too great, it's $1400, but considering I've burned Cap One in the past and they doled me this, I am not complaining. They pulled Equifax.
Next stop is NM. These 2 stores and their affiliates (Saks, Off 5th and NM, Last Call, Bergdorf, Horchow), are the only 2 stores I regularly shop at that I'd want to have their card.
On another note, I find it interesting that I was given the same limit as a purchase I've kept in my shopping bag for days now....
08-07-2013 02:18 PM
08-07-2013 02:21 PM
Thank you! If they are, hopefully they are generous with CLIs when the time comes for me.
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