08-04-2008 08:49 AM
12-28-2008 08:04 AM
12-28-2008 08:36 PM
How does one apply for a Fingerhut card?
01-01-2009 11:32 AM
robertkinder wrote:I would think that 500 + fico score would put you in a good position to be approve. They start you out with a low CL and are not very fast with the CLI.
Just wanted to let everyone know that....I got declined for a fingerhut Card. I applied over the internet. I will just wait and try another 6 months from now
I already have one cc in excellent standing which is Orchard bank. Through my credit is horrible, I heard that fingerhut will approve you. I already got approved with Crown Jewelers. So if you are anywhere near these scores or below do not apply.
I know horrible!!!... working on being in the 650's by August 2009
07-06-2009 07:16 AM - edited 07-06-2009 07:17 AM
07-06-2009 07:26 AM
For the last four months fingerhut have been reporting to EX and TU. Iono but im happy. I had them for two years and still havent got CLI nor am I able to request one.
Hmmm, someone in this thread (Aug 2008) stated that they ONLY report to EQ! I'll go with what you say since this post was created in Dec 2008 ! Good to know they ALSO report to EX and TU!!!
07-06-2009 05:02 PM
so I finally replied to Fingerhut's offer about an hour ago and was approved for a $350 credit line!
Congrats on the approval.Do you know which cr was pulled?And whose the card backed by?
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