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Havertys

I was wondering if anyone has any experience with their store card. I was thinking of apping for it but Im not sure if its worth the hassle. i think they're through GE bank.

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Re: Havertys


Crystalsicles wrote:

I was wondering if anyone has any experience with their store card. I was thinking of apping for it but Im not sure if its worth the hassle. i think they're through GE bank.


Oh it's GE now... GO FOR IT!

I think it use to be Wells Fargo or Citi... Really Hard to get.

When my family moved when I was in HS, My parents furnished the entire house from Havertys... Fast Forward to many years later and I could not get approved through them for the life of me... and no I don't mean like within last 5 years and where my credit is now.

But GE, and you have Amex and such you should not even have to blink to get approved.

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