11-13-2012 12:04 AM
Hello My Wife Has Been Killing Me For Store Cards Cause She Shops At Wal-Mart And Target Like 2 Times A Week And Instead Of Useing Cash I Said Let Me Use Credit
So I Tryed For Target Online And Said 7-10 Something In The Mail And I Didnt Wanna Try Wal-Mart But Christmas Is Right Around The Conor So I Could Use The Credit
And I Tryed And Said You Been Appoved!!! Credit Line Of $400 Dollers Not High But I Been Seeing On Here People Get CLI Alot From Wal-Mart And I Got 2 Other Credits On Report On Credit Yet!! Is That Bad!!! 1 From Capital One $500 And Credit One $300 Didnt Want Credit One But My Dad Says It Helps Credit So!! What Ever And I Know About The High Fee's And My Credit Limts Are All Maxed Out Right Now From The Wife!!! Hate Her lol My Uti% is 71 I Know High All Cards Need To Be Paid Off
Waiting After Christmas To Get My Bonus And Pay Off Everything Should I Call And Recon Wal-Mart For $750-$1000 Limt I Could Use It
Sorry For The Long Typing ... o Got 12 inqs When Applyed I Know Alot I Am Gonna Cut Off Cards After Christmas LOl And No More Applyin For 2-3 Years
11-13-2012 02:15 AM
Congrats on the new cards. Pay that util down as soon as you can! Good luck!
11-13-2012 05:59 AM
You could always try. I don't recall the backdoor number but it was posted on here somewhere I think. I called after having my card for 3 months and they doubled my limit. It is through GE and I have another card through GE too, Belks. It started at a $200 limit and I have actually never used it. I called and asked for a CLI and they gave me $800. I thought that was funny, since I have never used the card and they raised it 4 times it's limit. Walmart card was only doubled, from 500 to 1000, but hey whatever. I don't really use the card often I just have it there to reduce util and for reporting.
If you do try with Walmart tell them you want to take advantage of the 0.0% interest offer for a large purchase and give them a dollar amount of something like $1649. It probably won't really matter unless the amount is close to what they offer you.