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Tires Plus!

Well I just apped online for tires plus card because i need tires and another member just said he got approved. Well, they approved me for $1200 as well. that'll help my debt ratio and my GTO will LOVE the new tires!!!!



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Congrats! Do you know who they pulled?

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2DOORIMPALA wrote:

Well I just apped online for tires plus card because i need tires and another member just said he got approved. Well, they approved me for $1200 as well. that'll help my debt ratio and my GTO will LOVE the new tires!!!!


Congrats!!

 

I luv my firestone card they gave me the same CL!




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Does Firestone report to the credit bureau?

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SocalMark wrote:

Does Firestone report to the credit bureau?


Yes all 3.




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Should asked this in my first post how about credit limit...Thx

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Congrats on the approval, i just got a Tire Plus last moth with 1200 CL. They pulled my TU credit report, and I was approved with a 568 CS so it seems to be a fairly easy card to be approved for. I also had sucess getting approved for a JcPenny card with a 500 CL same credit score. Hoping this will help with the rebuilding.


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I still don't know who they pulled but I just applied online and got approved for 1600 CL.  Yeah!  I can get some work done on my car now.   I'll post again once I see which CB they pulled.

 

Thanks myFico forums!  

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A credit card for a tires place. Seriously? What else do people use their credit for?

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