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Re: Should I apply??Home Depot

Isn't the Home Depot card now GEMB?

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Re: Should I apply??Home Depot

 


smc733 wrote:

Isn't the Home Depot card now GEMB?


 

Not yet, although I keep checking.

 

They made that announced with a fanfare of trumpets, and then nuthin'.

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Re: Should I apply??Home Depot

I have not received any notices about GE

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Re: Should I apply??Home Depot

I just bumped the original thread, and I'd still like to know if this is going to happen.

 

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Re: Should I apply??Home Depot

I have both a Lowe's card and a Home Depot card.  both have balances at 0%.  But, within the past 3 months, I've received several mailings (sometimes inserted in the statements) that they're offering either 12 months @ 0% or 18 months @ 0%.  Both are on purchases over $299, but they usually have a limited time available, or only on specific dates.  BTW, when I made my purchase @ Lowe's last summer, I asked for and got 12 months @ 0% even though the offer was not "advertised" as available.  But, Home Depot would not extend their standard 6 months @ 0%.

 

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Re: Should I apply??Home Depot

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After reading this thread, I decided to app as we would like to purchase a new riding mower this year.

 

Instant approval for $1500... Tractor is $1699 so called the 800 number listed on the approved screen. They verified my information and jumped me to $2000. Easy...

 

Not the best line but based on what I have read here, CLI should be easy to come by down the road.

 

Now I have to STOP with these apps!  :smileytongue:

 

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