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JCPenney

Wow guys I had appd this store and got a lousy 150 limit--what in the world--I think I will close this thing or they fast about CLI--cause otherwise I dont know how they expect me to use this crazy card--You can just about max it out with one purchase--LOL I guess I will buy a set of sheets for my beds and pay in full the next week or so---wont be able to do much--if not increased soon--I will let this TL go for sure!!!!  Since I am sure I took the inquiry hit might as well let it report for at least 6 months or so--to get the goood history might as well get something out of the deal----
I want to join the 700 club one day I am getting there :smileywink:
FICOS 12/17/07 EQ-597 EX-651 and TU-651
FICOS 01/18/07 EQ-594 EX-651 and TU-662 FICOS
04/21/2008 TU-680 EQ-613 EX-688
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No AF - no reason to close.  Use it and pay it - they review every 3 months  graduated from black to gold and 300 to 500 (due another CLI next month) - opened the account last April.  Somewhat stingy but I like JCP to shop at - so I do use my card regularly - BTW Eckerd''s and CVS also take JCP (at least in the pharmacy) - so I've been almost maxing and PIF just for DH's drugs... trick is to pay the balance in full before due date so it doesn't report a maxxed card. (Messed that up last month by charging $350 the day after my payment date).
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AWLEGZ I have a gold pennies card I got it in june 2005 with a 300 CL (EQ:605) and as of today it has a 2100 CL on it so I would keep it now that you have it. I think that it will work for you very well if you shop their.
TU: 666 EQ: 666 EX: 680 .
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Couple of months ago I got the card with CL of $800. Since there is no AF I am going to keep the card for a while. Any card that does not have AF, I am going to keep them. They are good once they start aging and I am sure one day or other they will give CLI.
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sounds good guys thanks for all the feedback I guess you got a point why close its costing me nothing to have it on hand--yeah I applied online versus the store that too may have something to do with the limit---seems like online approvals with dept stores are sometimes different than if you apply in store--oh well we shall see as time passes by--
I want to join the 700 club one day I am getting there :smileywink:
FICOS 12/17/07 EQ-597 EX-651 and TU-651
FICOS 01/18/07 EQ-594 EX-651 and TU-662 FICOS
04/21/2008 TU-680 EQ-613 EX-688
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Issued by GEMB...classic limits applying online... they are generally very cheap.
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I have this card as well, $1750 CL, I just got it this month. Charged about $250 last week and I paid it off this week. I will see how it works out....
TU - 609 EQ - 584 EX - 572 as of 07 May 2015
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wow dont know who has this card but this is great news--I got a JCP card mentioned earlier finally got card adv by CSR on phone to take card in store with id# for verification purposes limits online apply are generally low to prevent frqaud--they originally gave me a 150 limit went in store today after custoemr service called credit dept increased to 1000--YEA!!!!! Now that was worth the inquiry :smileyhappy:
I want to join the 700 club one day I am getting there :smileywink:
FICOS 12/17/07 EQ-597 EX-651 and TU-651
FICOS 01/18/07 EQ-594 EX-651 and TU-662 FICOS
04/21/2008 TU-680 EQ-613 EX-688
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Re: JCPenney

I also have a Jcpenny card.applied in Nov07 with a $500 CL...just like others expressed I am going to wait 3 months before I ask for a CLI...Hang in there alot of us are going through the same thing "Credit Rebuliding" :smileyhappy:
 
just a yr ago my lowest score was 540..now its...640...on my way to the 700's.....I hope :smileyhappy:
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OH I am cool I will not ask for an increase now b/c they gave me one instantly I just got the card Saturday and got an increase today--I applied online about a week or so ago and they gave a low limit upfront due to applying online but advised if I went in the store they would increase it and they did right then and there --now my JCP limit is higher than Macys and Walmart :smileyhappy:
I want to join the 700 club one day I am getting there :smileywink:
FICOS 12/17/07 EQ-597 EX-651 and TU-651
FICOS 01/18/07 EQ-594 EX-651 and TU-662 FICOS
04/21/2008 TU-680 EQ-613 EX-688
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