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06-03-2008 07:49 PM
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I got a Home Depot store card in July 2007 and I was wondering when I might get a credit line increase. My payments have all been on time and the balance has always been pretty low. I use it regularly too. The limit was $500.00. Thanks!! Mike
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06-04-2008 08:59 AM
Home Depot seems to do auto CLI's if you use it for big purchases. When we opened the card, we maxed it out completely, and they did a CLI from $500 to $2k in the first week. We recently ran it up to almost $2k (electrical fires will do that, particularly with the price of copper lately), and they gave us a CLI to $3500 after a couple months.-MsMS
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