Regular Contributor
Posts: 196
Registered: ‎07-25-2007


If you have an account with Kohls you may want to log in and check your credit limit. This morning when I logged in they chopped up my limit. At first I thought it was becasue of the fraud alert I had to put on my credit reports because of my identity theft situation with CJ. When I called their customer service department they didn't say anything just that they would reset my limit no problem. Today other people have posted seeing a CLD to $100.00 and had to call to reset their limits as well. This happened before in May so make sure you check out your account today to verify everthing is in tact...
Senior Contributor
Posts: 3,462
Registered: ‎11-30-2007


YEP, since these accounts moved to Chase......all kinds of issues.   Always call BEFORE shopping @ Kohl's. 
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