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Home Depot CLI

I app'd for Home Depot in November 2009.  Because I didn't reference Myfico before app'ing, I didn't realize there was a max initial limit of $1,250 for online apps.  Well, I called today and they increased my limit from $1,250 to $4700! 

 

So in the future, I will always check these boards before I app for anything.  Side note: I wonder if $2,500 is the max limit for a Sears online app?


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Re: Home Depot CLI

Was it a hard or soft pull?
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Re: Home Depot CLI

hard pull...it was worth it!  I always use my Home Depot card, something always needs a fixin around the house, lol. 


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