"Approved": Victoria's Secret Angel Credit Card Review
Written by: leenz on 2009-01-25
I was approved this angel card with a $250 limit. I was just wondering how much CL's do others have on this card. Just out of curiousity I want to know how high or how much they are willing to put out for this kind of store...
Comment 1 by colonative
Dang on 2009-01-25
This is an ugly card, looks like something Barbie threw up. They used to have a platinum card in the late 90's that was classy.
Anyway, WFNNB (who issues this card) is pretty good with CLI's. Give it about a year and you will likely be givin an increase to $500. They also have a "luv buttom" on their website where you can request a CLI. But please give it some time before you do that.
No, I never had a Victoria's Secret. But I had an Abercrombie & Fitch card issued by the same bank. Everything was the sames as my sisters Victoria's Secret account.
Also, this might not be considered a review and will likely be moved. I invite you to participate in the forum discussions; there a lot of people there who can answer your questions; follow this link and type away:
Good luck with your new card.
Comment 2 by ding
Increases.. on 2009-01-25
I have the American Eagle Card, and it is backed by the same bank. I asked for a $22.00 increase to cover something about 2 months ago, and they gave me a $150.00 increase. I have had my account for roughly 6 months. I keep a pretty good balance on it, but I always make more than the minimum payment. I have returned stuff, I buy in the store and online, and I have not had any problems. Good Luck with your new card.
P. S. They started me with $300.00 and I am at $450.00 now.
Comment 3 by colonative
Ding on 2009-01-25
I believe American Eagle is a GEMB backed card.
Comment 4 by charonh
Congrats! on 2009-01-25
I used to have one of these cards years ago and I think my limit was $800, but I'm not sure, but it was definitely more than $500 and I had it for several years, but that was when I was a frequent VS shopper. Anyway, enjoy your new card!
Comment 5 by ding
Colonative on 2009-03-23
Your right... I am sorry... American Eagle is backed by GE Money Bank, thank you for correcting me..
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