04-03-2013 06:25 AM
TD just finalized the sale in mid March. TD is listed on the application page now. http://www.target.com/redcard/application
04-03-2013 06:29 AM
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04-03-2013 06:36 AM
Congrats OP !!
Target is a strange one
I opened my card sometimes in July i think last year and got a $500 CL. Then I got a CLI to $700 in Nov 2012 and another one in january this year. I now sit at a CL of $900. I do use the card though but the max i put on it per month is about $40-60 although I have gone as high as $200 but alway PIF.
I hope to at least break the $1000 CL.
04-03-2013 07:05 AM - edited 04-03-2013 07:07 AM
Congratulations! This is excellent news. I had a Red Card for years before I got any luv, and they are not the easiest CSRs to deal with. I had a late that I was able to prove was a bank error, and that sucker stayed with me like an evil shadow until it fell off. No goodwill for me.
What did finally work for me, I think, is that I ran it up to the $200 it seemed eternally stuck at, and had it set to auto PIF every month for a year. One day I opened my statement and was shocked to see they had Auto CLI'ed me to $1,000, and back in November, I think, they Auto CLI'ed me to $1300. My credit profile changed, too, so that might also have been it, but either way, I know it is TOUGH to get a CLI, so a huge congrats to YOU!
I had that card for more than 7 years before it CLI'ed. Seriously crazy...along with Kohls, who also shows me no luv.
Edited fo rtypos. Alwwwaaaaaaaays with the typos....sigh.
04-03-2013 10:05 AM
The REDcard credit cards are issued by TD Bank USA, N.A. The REDcard debit card is issued by Target Corporation."
I am going to call their CS dept and see if I can now request a CLI. before they always said no no consumers request clis
04-06-2013 03:10 AM
04-06-2013 06:50 AM
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