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Re: JCPenney

I just got approved for $200 CL from JCPenney.  Wow!!!  I have a Belk for $250 and JCP for $200 in one month.  I might wait nine months and get a Dillards card so I can take advantage of the clearance specials on clothing in Feb/Sept.  With that $200, I can go to CVS or Rite Aid and buy stuff, and get a new rx for glasses. 
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I had a JCPenney card in the late 80s.  I wonder if they'd re-open it, since it's been closed since around 2000 or so?  Would be great to have that history. I'd even shop there for that.  Smiley Happy  Anyone ever succeeded in doing so? 
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I had this card back in 2000.  In 2003 I sued GEMB for turning my account over to a CA who violated my rights.  The limit on the card was $300.  I received a $2500 settlement and the option to keep the account open.  The account stop reporting on my credit reports this month. 
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Re: JCPenney


TangMeister wrote:
I had a JCPenney card in the late 80s.  I wonder if they'd re-open it, since it's been closed since around 2000 or so?  Would be great to have that history. I'd even shop there for that.  Smiley Happy  Anyone ever succeeded in doing so? 

 

Nope, can't get that re-opened.  The credit is not the same lender backing since the 80's.  Back in the old days many stores carried their own credit.  Now a days, most have third party backing.

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Re: JCPenney

i have had this card for 20+ years and have never gone higher than a $400 limit.  I just keep it aorund to help with the age of credit.  I buy a towel here and there  to keep it exercised.
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Re: JCPenney

I got the card a few months ago andd made a few small purchases. Had a $250 limit. Called a week ago and got an increase to $1500. Try calling
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You shouldn't even need to call...just go to their online site and click the love button there. JCP is good for a CLI every 3-4 months, or at least until you reach some predetermined limit.
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I just apped online and approved for $200. Don't know who they pulled yet but my experiance with GEMB says they probably pulled equ. I had an account with JC Penny years ago that I believe went bad. I don't know who serviced the account back then though. This makes 5 GEMB cards for me and they are all pretty good about CLI's every 4 months. I've got to stay away from the app button, Alliant CC in my sights.
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