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Approved for Home Depot!

I know this wouldn't be a big deal to most of you, but my husband and I were approved for a total of $4,000.00 of credit from Home Depot. Considering that our next largest limit is around $500, we're thrilled. Yay!

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Re: Approved for Home Depot!

Congrats!!!!:smileyhappy:

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Re: Approved for Home Depot!

If you don't mind, what were your scores?


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Re: Approved for Home Depot!

Congrats... any card with no AF is a blessing. Just use it every now and then and PIF before statement cuts.


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Re: Approved for Home Depot!

 


Rollercoaster_84 wrote:

I know this wouldn't be a big deal to most of you, but my husband and I were approved for a total of $4,000.00 of credit from Home Depot. Considering that our next largest limit is around $500, we're thrilled. Yay!


That's a great card, and a great CL. I've used mine for big purchases and small, mahogany flooring and petunias.

 

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Re: Approved for Home Depot!

I'm actually not sure what our scores are right now. Our mortgage just started reporting, so it's probably different. Creditkarma (fako) score that has been right on with transunion says that hubby's score increased to the 650's. Mine was around there prior to the mortgage reporting.

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Congrats, Rollercoaster_84, on the card and the new home!  :smileyhappy:

 

Did you apply online for HD, or did you app in the store?  Just curious which way you went with this...

 

 

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We went into the store, but the process was automatic. I swiped my debit card, answered a few questions on the screen, and voila!

 

Thanks for the congratulations, we're very happy!

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Re: Approved for Home Depot!

congrats on the new cc, does anyone know who HD's card is issued with?

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Re: Approved for Home Depot!

Home Depot CC is with CitiBank.



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