08-26-2008 02:45 PM
08-26-2008 02:56 PM - edited 08-26-2008 02:57 PM
Same for DW. She got hers before me and at her first purchase, she tried to spend $210 of the $200 CL. She was denied of course and returned some items to complete the purchase under $200. Within that week, she checked online and her CL went from $200 to $500. Edit to add....this CLI came at her first month of having the card.
sidewinder wrote:Message Edited by sidewinder on 08-26-2008 04:41 PM
llecs wrote:I'm not jealous.....I'm not jealous!!!Congrats! What type of spending and paying habits did you have?I got mine in Nov, I think. Still at $200. Used it maybe 4-5 times and PIF'd in all but 1 month. I'm letting it stew at $0 for now.I got in May, spent a little over $100. PIF June.Charged nearly max, paid min payment in July on due date, PIF a week later.Charged up to max, made min payment Aug on due date, logged in last night to PIF and saw the increase.BTW.......not been in a Target store since I got it. Closest one is about 100 miles.
08-30-2008 09:58 PM
08-31-2008 04:07 PM - edited 08-31-2008 04:10 PM
sidewinder wrote:I am new to the world of credit cards.....got my Target card in May.......logged in tonight to check something on my account and it says:Credit Limit: $500.00WOW......$300 CLI........
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