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I am interested in the BrylaneHome credit card and I want to apply for it. The unfortunate thing is that I don’t really have perfect credit. Do you think I would be approved for this card? Also where can I apply for it?

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Leo Zhu

The thing about being approved for a specific store card or any card in general, is that there are several factors that come into play when the issuer is deciding whether or not you should be approved for the card. However, the current state of your creditworthiness is a big factor. The thing is BrylaneHome does not require all of their applicants to have perfect credit in order to be eligible for approval. You will not be approved if you have horrible credit either. So, as long as your credit is fair, we would think that you would probably be approved if you apply for it. When it comes to how can you apply for your card, you can do it in one of two ways. One way is by visiting Brylane’s website and choosing the option that takes you to the credit card application page. Or you can also just visit your local BrylaneHome and ask an employee for an application.

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