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Registered: ‎12-06-2008

Re: Home Depot, no interest, no payments for 6 months?

I guess I should clarify, what I was referring to was the no payments portion of it. I had been told by several companies, I believe one was Walmart, that the no payments option was gone due to the credit card act. Anyway when I saw Home Depot still advertising that option I was a little confused.
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Registered: ‎10-23-2007

Re: Home Depot, no interest, no payments for 6 months?

oh, sorry I did misunderstand the question.  Beginning in Feb. Home Depot will require a min. payment with the 0% offers.  0% will still be offered, I just think you will always be required to make payments now
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