New Member
Posts: 5
Registered: ‎08-09-2012

Re: Target Card with no credit history

Ok thanks I think I will see about finding a local branch I have not seen any around were I live :/ what was the limit? And I have no debt of any sort and only 2 inquiry's
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Posts: 4,686
Registered: ‎12-11-2011

Re: Target Card with no credit history

Mine was $600 on the student card, but i wasnt asked for income or anything on the app. My banker filled out my app after I left and called me while I was on my way home with the results.
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Posts: 402
Registered: ‎09-08-2010

Re: Target Card with no credit history

My Target card was the first one i applied for after pretty much tanking my credit (ex husband with bad financial skills, and rebuilding after divorce)  . I was approved at the register with a 250. limit, but they auto cli'd it to 1k after about 3 months.  yes, it has sat at 1k for the past few years, but I do use it more than any other credit card. so I guess im  just proof it isnt impossible.

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