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Latest Rates from a LOWES card

Just applied for Lowes Project Card - (doors need replacing).  It is the one with the 6 month interest free window for purchases over $1000.

 

Just as an FYI - they pulled TU, and the rates are:

 

Tier 1 - 7.99%

Tier 2 - 9.99%

Tier 3 - 11.99%

Tier 4 - 13.99%

Tier 5 - 17.99%

 

And the explanation and lates fees are printed very clearly and obviously for all to see

 

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I wondered what that seismic activity just now in the Upper Midwest was!

I assume you were approved, and that you were approved for Tier 1. Lowe's doesn't always give out very big CL's. Would you like to share yours, so that we can all drool? :smileyvery-happy:
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I assume you were approved, and that you were approved for Tier 1. Lowe's doesn't always give out very big CL's. Would you like to share yours, so that we can all drool? :smileyvery-happy:

Tier1, $10K

 

And when that and the HELOC hits, I assume my "new credit will be bad  :smileysad:

 

And BTW - my Amex credit secure plus score for TU went down 6 points the day the TU inq hit!

 

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You poor thing. It's so high-maintenance up there in the 800's, isn't it?

:smileywink:

Congrats --very nice CL from Lowe's. DH adores Lowes. Check out their Dremel Rotary Tool 300 kit (that's what I got him for his birthday the other day!) The smaller and stranger the toy, the more fascinating it seems to be.
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haulingthescoreup wrote:
You poor thing. It's so high-maintenance up there in the 800's, isn't it?

:smileywink:

Congrats --very nice CL from Lowe's. DH adores Lowes. Check out their Dremel Rotary Tool 300 kit (that's what I got him for his birthday the other day!) The smaller and stranger the toy, the more fascinating it seems to be.

 

I really only got it for the 6 month interest free periods - I will pay nothing for 5 months then pay it all off from the HELOC  :smileyvery-happy:

 

And did you use DH's card to buy his present?  :smileywink:

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And did you use DH's card to buy his present?  :smileywink:


What, one of his two active CC's? :smileyvery-happy:

No, I was a good girl and used my own. Came awfully close to whipping out the Home Depot card, though! Hey, a home improvement store is a home improvement store.
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Well, The Home Depot Man comes tonight to measure the doors (they don't trust my measurements, and neither do I!!), so I might be using the 6 month window tomorrow
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