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Lowe's CLI

I bought a house last month, and a week later applied for a Lowe's card so I could get some lawn equipment.  I was approved, but only for $300Smiley Sad.  Well, I used about $230 that day, then paid it off last week.  Today, after making sure my payment had posted, I hit the Request Increase button on the website, and was immediately approved for a new CL of $1050!!!

 

This just helped my utilization go way down!


Starting Score LENDER PULLS (02/23/10): 587 (TU) 554 (EQ) 562 (EX)
Current Score LENDER PULLS (07/02/10): 651 (TU) 645 (EQ) 669 (EX)
Goal Score: 700


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Re: Lowe's CLI

Nice CLI and congrats on the house!

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