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I'm in the Virgin Islands don't have Lowe's.
Just wait, "if we build it, they will come"
05-13-2013 07:36 PM
Ok said I wasn't apping anymore till next year 15 inquiries on all three CR (6 within the last 3 months others are 6 months to two years which most are over a year old). Father renovating the house which is badly needed. Which he is retired and able to do it himself and he has the time. So I'm funding this project. Since he goes Home Depot almost every week sometimes twice a week to the store, I decided I think it's best to get there card. Just applied online approved for $500 called back door number ask for a higher credit limit it was increased to $2000.00 which I asked for now thinking I should of asked for a higher amount. Just glad to get in hope with use they give me increases. Thanks all you gals and guys for posting your experiences with the credit card companies.
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