04-19-2009 12:53 PM
My Dillard's Store card received a cli on April 6th of $500 to $2100. I noticed this week that they chopped me to $100. I rarely shop at Dillards anyway, twice per year on average. Macy's is right next door and I prefer their coupons and sales....
Why the heck would they give you an increase so high and then cut you down so low a few days later?! That is just rediculous!
04-20-2009 12:05 PM
Those jerks!! I just paid another chunk on my Lowes and they cld me to 70.00 over my balance making my util look like its 97%! Come on, why 70 and not an even 100? I've played with the #'s too long and there is no rhyme or reason to it.
I thank God I'm not looking for a mortgage or refinancing anything to where I must raise my scores.
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