03-26-2009 10:06 AM
Hi everyone I took a chance questioning even if I could get this card and went online just now and applied as I recieved this offer in the mail and it stated congratulations welcome to the nordstrom family stating my card should arrive in the next 7-10 days but it did not mention an amout of cl need advice should I call the 800 number and ask I am afraid of the response and questioning myself did i make a bad move. But my last thread stated this was a good card. Thanks
my equifax was checked as a prm
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03-26-2009 11:28 AM
You can call in and ask aboutyour recent application, I don't think this will be any problem. Whether they provide you the information you want is another thing. Sometimes you get "approved" but the limit is decided after the approval....meaning, yes you get a card, but the reason nothing was stated and the 10 days is that your account will be issued a limit after approval and then you are notified of limit with the card.
03-26-2009 12:17 PM
Hi, thanks for the advice I called the 1-800 number on the letter spoke with a represtative and I was told my cl is $750.00. Well it is a start as this economy is not doing well as it is and with good payment history VISA here I come.
03-26-2009 01:04 PM
A large Nordstrom CL would probably scare other lenders, especially prime banks at this point in your credit.
Congrats on the new account and good luck!
03-30-2009 04:12 AM
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