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Registered: ‎07-12-2008

Home Depot not BK friendly

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Applied for a Home Depot card and got shot down in a blaze of glory!  Just received the letter and they had only one reason BK!!! My BK is 4 years old and have many positive trade lines going now.  Just a shame that they won't give a chance, I would have made them rich :smileytongue:

Message Edited by robertkinder on 08-11-2008 08:09 PM
CURRENT SCORES: TU: 641 21 Apps / EX: 643 28 Apps / AAoA: 4.3 Yrs. / Util. 22% / Goal: 700 by 6/2/15

Patience is WAY overrated! Recovering, but sure to fall off the wagon when the time is right!
Posts: 22,406
Registered: ‎01-17-2008

Re: Home Depot not BK friendly

IMHO, Home Depot is not friendly at all. I have tried twice to get a CC and was declined both times. I do not have a BK but my credit is not the best.
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