09-11-2012 12:07 PM
09-11-2012 02:22 PM
Here are my GEMB Cards and limits
JC Penney ($6K)
Old Navy ($1400)
Banana Republic ($500)
HH Gregg ($3K)
ABT Electronics ($6K)
Care Credit ($6500)
Toys R Us ($1500)
Paypal Extras MC ($1K)
Sams Discover ($5K)
09-11-2012 02:53 PM - edited 09-11-2012 02:54 PM
I actually have 3.
Living Spaces ($5,500)
Ashley Furniture Home ($5,500)
and my newly aquired Amazon.com Store Card with a $1,000 CL.
I dunno why that was is much lower than my other GE issued cards...probably b/c it isn't mainly a furniture store. LOL.
09-11-2012 03:56 PM
I wonder if they a maximum CL policy across all GE cards?
Walmart 10K(just bumped from 5K last week)
09-11-2012 07:50 PM
09-11-2012 08:27 PM
|Current: EQ 735 Discover 9/5/13 Walmart TU 730 EX FICO 726 Amex Pull(1/1/13)|
Starting total revolving credit: $2600 | Current total revolving credit: 31k+
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09-11-2012 08:31 PM
09-11-2012 11:16 PM
Does the apr go down on these cards as you prove yourself creditworthy?
They have couple levels with MC or what not sometimes... but store cards by GE... I don't know of any of them to have different APR's over time.
09-13-2012 07:34 AM
I have 3...
Walmart Discover $2000 CL
JC Penney $1670 CL
Care Credit $6100 CL
09-13-2012 07:56 AM
I am new to all of this and was approved last week for the walmart card and the amazon store credit card from GE. But then I was denied for the paypal card through them. I now have 2 major credit cards and the 2 GE cards so I am not applying for anything else but I was curious how many different cards you can have with them. I have noticed here in the forum that there is alot of love for them and that people have several accounts with them that seems to play a big role in the rebuilding process.
I have the WalMart, Amazon and Paypal. I think JCPenny is GE and i have them too.
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