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Oh good that's a relief! I paid them all down so hopefully we'll get higher limits, ill be sure to check back and let you all know how it goes. :smileyhappy: thanks for all the help!!!
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JJ82705 wrote:
Oh good that's a relief! I paid them all down so hopefully we'll get higher limits, ill be sure to check back and let you all know how it goes. :smileyhappy: thanks for all the help!!!

Looking forward to hearing of the new home closing and new cards 

Best wishes

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Just an update...I went on an app spree this evening...I was approved for $6,000 at kay jewlers, 700 at QVC, I was approved for discover but they haven't set my limit yet, maurices 500, hhgregg 1200, best buy declined and lowes at a measly 300. I was hoping for more. Like Lowes and Kay reversed. I'm kinda bummed. I was hoping to get enough to get the fride and dishwasher I wanted. :smileysad: 

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Call Credit Solutions and ask for a higher limit on Lowes. I was approved for 650 and called and said I was looking to do some home projects this summer and need a 5000 limit and he came back and I was approved for increase. Just be polite but just like with a animal, don't let them know you're scared. LoL. :smileyhappy:
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I tried.,,I called the credit solutions number @ 1-866-272-0337 and he reviewed my account and said they couldn't do an increase at this time. I'm so bummed! I really thought that would work. :smileysad: 

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I called 1 (877) 379-8173 and called around this time. Better chance at night and depends on who you get.
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would they be able to tell I just called? Whats the difference in the numbers?

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I'm not sure if they can tell or not, maybe someone else can help with that but didn't sound like he was from the US to me so not sure.
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no dice. Guess its not meant to be. 

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