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indiolatino61
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Registered: ‎11-10-2012
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Target and TD Bank...

Hello all...I was just wondering if anyone has any advice about going about getting a CLI from Target now that TD Bank took over. Is TD Bank going to review accounts on a reasonable basis now, or are things going to remain the same? I will be closing Target over the Holidays (Christmas) if no CLI is given. I can't do a thing with $200, other than pay it off 4 times per week...:smileyfrustrated:!

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youngandcreditwrthy
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Re: Target and TD Bank...

I wouldn't waste your time.
I had this card a year and a half with heavy use, light use, pif, balance carrying. Tried it all!! Got no cli!!
I closed it. Limit is tooo low!
Good luck!
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los_west
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Re: Target and TD Bank...

I was wondering the same thing.  The $200 limit is just dismal.  I easily spend more than that for a week of household shopping.  

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Simply827
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Re: Target and TD Bank...

Target used to SP me every 3 months faithfully. Once TD took over, I haven't seen any. So I'm not expecting any CLI at all. I'm just going to hold on to it to have an open TL.


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Blackhawks_girl30
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Re: Target and TD Bank...

I opened this card in February and was given a BIG limit of $500 haha =)  I do use this card heavy, Target is my main "baby" store since I can save 5% on diapers.  I generally am there once-twice a week for stuff, but I always pay off in full within 2 days of swiping the card.  I was given a $200 auto increase at my 2 month statement.  I know not really a lot, but it was an auto cli so I will take it!

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Re: Target and TD Bank...


Simply827 wrote:

Target used to SP me every 3 months faithfully. Once TD took over, I haven't seen any. So I'm not expecting any CLI at all. I'm just going to hold on to it to have an open TL.


The better question is though did you actually get CLI because thet did SP's every 3 months?

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CS800
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Re: Target and TD Bank...

I got my target card over 1 year ago and it was an initial CL of $300, I used it lightly and in January got a CLI to $900. I don't think that they give high CL's.

 

I have heard of $5000 but it was on their VISA version. Others can chime in.

 

As to their logic for CLI? No one knows. I called before with no success.

 

I think the Taget card should be bought by GE, then we could expect some 4 figures CL's




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somnipotent
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Re: Target and TD Bank...

face it, target's redcard is a toy card with toy limits.  the 5% pretty much just covers taxes here in VA for me.  not worth the trouble.  SD that sucker.


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laz98
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Re: Target and TD Bank...

I would keep it.  I got close to closing mine.  But it did eventually grow some.  My Target card is at $2,050.  Strange number.  I use it semi-regularly.  Started at $200 like everybody else.

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FinStar
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Re: Target and TD Bank...


CS800 wrote:

I got my target card over 1 year ago and it was an initial CL of $300, I used it lightly and in January got a CLI to $900. I don't think that they give high CL's.

 

I have heard of $5000 but it was on their VISA version. Others can chime in.

 

As to their logic for CLI? No one knows. I called before with no success.

 

I think the Taget card should be bought by GE, then we could expect some 4 figures CL's


My Target Visa just got another $500 bump this month (less than 3 months from the last auto-CLI).  It now sits at $6,000 and this is under the current TD Bank portfolio.  I do put some moderate usage on it and PIF.  A while back, you could have seen dust bunnies on the CLI front; however, I never felt the need to request one as the CL was sufficient for the use/spend on it.  And, I can certainly understand for other individuals where a $200 CL (for a longtime) would not be worth the effort in keeping... sort of like throwing a pebble onto a battleship.


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