07-13-2007 05:59 PM
07-13-2007 06:04 PM
Now as much as I LOVE the eye-candy at Lowes (Power tools? Check! Appliances? Check! Building Materials? Check!) we usually use our debit cards to pay for things and I AM NOT tempted to use this card other than to build some credit with small purchases.
07-14-2007 10:05 AM
Ha ha... very good!
FICOnater2007 wrote:build some credit with small purchases.I just reviewed what I wrote and realized the Freudian slip! "Build some credit" with a Lowes card??? They ought to hire me in the marketing department for Heaven's sake!FICOnater2007
07-14-2007 10:12 AM
07-14-2007 10:17 AM
07-14-2007 11:29 AM
Tuscani, I find you guilty of threadjacking!
Tuscani wrote:Totally off topic.. But I read a story in my local paper about Lowes recently. In the local paper there is a crime section. Now, I live in what I consider to be a respectiable suburb. So the usual stories tend to be kids breaking windows or teenages speeding (sad this makes this paper, I know). However, the recent story had me laughing hyterically. It reads:"Indecent exposure: An officer saw a naked man and woman having sex on pallets outside Lowes about 2:45 a.m. June 24. The 27-year-old woman and 22-year-old man were cited for indecent exposure."
07-14-2007 02:17 PM
It seems common that places like Lowes, Home Depot advertise a lot to buy new $1000 - $4000 worth of appliances and apply for their credit card to get special financing or discounts but then they seem to give out tiny credit lines and waste the customers time. I need 3 new appliances next month but am afraid to apply and only get $300 and then get dinged for a new inquiry and account that won't help my purchase. Anyone else found this out?
FICOnater2007 wrote:Hello,Sorry, I forgot to mention that! It was $400 even. I'll probably contact them in about 3 months to see if they will increase the limit based on payment history.Good luck,FICOnater2007
07-14-2007 03:06 PM
flyers wrote:It seems common that places like Lowes, Home Depot advertise a lot to buy new $1000 - $4000 worth of appliances and apply for their credit card to get special financing or discounts but then they seem to give out tiny credit lines and waste the customers time. I need 3 new appliances next month but am afraid to apply and only get $300 and then get dinged for a new inquiry and account that won't help my purchase. Anyone else found this out?
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