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Registered: ‎12-05-2011

Re: New Lowes Card lineup?

i work for lowes (been there 5 yrs) and pretty much the only card that is rather new is the business rewards AMEX.u earn points which u can use to redeem gift cards to restaurants,etc.we changed the color of cards except for the project card which stayed the one really apps for the project card because u have to make a 1000 minimum purchase.but the interest rate is lower depending on your credit worthiness and u automatically get 6 months special financing.

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