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Fingerhut fresh start graduated to regular $500 acct

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Fingerhut fresh start graduated to regular $500 acct

Ordered via fingerhut and approved under fresh start program for $180. Made the down payment just paid off acct the next statement time. Called them to get story and they said would be unde review for 5 days. Just logged in and it upgraded me to a $500 limit. Pretty easy and cool. Had to return a couple shirts but it worked out. Think they to CLI’s regularly there.
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CK 605 TRA 620 EFX 7/14/18
Trying to rebuild and get to 700 Fico Club
Jareds: $1500 CL, Victoria's Secret: $350 CL
Brylane Home: $500 CL Credit One $450 CL
Discover Secured $200 CL; Kay Jewelers $1500 CL
Bank of America 99/500 $500 CL Self Lender $450 CL
Fingerhut $500 CL Klarna $700 CL
My Jewelers Club $5000 CL (Waiting to report to Bureaus)
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Re: Fingerhut fresh start graduated to regular $500 acct


@pamon wrote:
Ordered via fingerhut and approved under fresh start program for $180. Made the down payment just paid off acct the next statement time. Called them to get story and they said would be unde review for 5 days. Just logged in and it upgraded me to a $500 limit. Pretty easy and cool. Had to return a couple shirts but it worked out. Think they to CLI’s regularly there.

That is great to hear, OP! I have a Fingerhut account and can't wait until is graduates. Smiley Wink

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Card Lineup: Green Dot Bank Secured Visa ($205), Capital One Bank Secured Mastercard ($200), Applied Bank Secured Visa ($200), Merrick Bank Secured Visa ($200), Installment Loan ($330/$750), Self-Lender ($525—will report in September 2018), and Fingerhut WebBank Fresh Start ($230).

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- To settle all delinquent accounts by Jul. 2021
- To go without applying until May. 2020 (when all my inquiries fall off)
- To start a savings account
- To pay off my secured cards
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