08-06-2009 02:01 PM
I got instant approval on a Kohl's card in store with a $600 credit limit. Does anyone know if this is about the normal starting limit? Thanks in advance for any answers.
NO FAIR!!!!!! I want my new shiney save me some $$$ khols card too!
I'm tired of paying cash or using a debit card and not getting all the cool money savings perks khols cardholders get. Makes me feel like a second class shopper
JK, Congratulations. When I get mine in a year or two and wear the cards out every 6 months they are going to scratch their heads and wonder how did we ever miss this one before???????
08-06-2009 09:31 PM
Mine initally was $500. It rose steadily over a few years and breached $2000. All auto CLI. Paid the bill one day, and two days later went to buy some shoes. 2 days later went to pay in full online and noticed they CLD me to $100. Lucky I didn't buy anything else! Called to complain. An overseas helper adjusted it back to $500. A couple months later, they bumped it again to $700. That's where she sits today.
08-07-2009 02:23 PM - edited 08-08-2009 09:23 AM
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