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With a secured card you get a credit, but you should open an account that amounts to the sum of money you want the bank to lend to you. If you commit any delinquency in paying off your credit, the bank is free to use the money on your account for repaying... (more)
Unfortunately you were not quite clear in your question, and as far as I understood, you want to get a credit card for your son. If so (if not, give a detailed query), be sure your son can't receive a credit card, if he doesn't put in the application for... (more)
The only way out for you is pay off the debt, though originally it was not your credit. If your credit score allows, apply for a balance transfer card to pay on better terms. All in all, you have to clear your credit report of this unpleasant issue. (more)
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We do not send cards, we only help the customers to choose credit cards for thei personal needs or for business. Please, look through our charts of credit card offers and choose a card for yourself. Fill out the application form and i... (more)
If you have a good credit, you can get a balance transfer card and remove your existing balance on to this card. As for how many cards you can hold concurrently, I can say, the number of cards is unlimited, but one should be, of course, reasonable and wis... (more)
Usually, to improve credit rating, a person should wait petiently and follow some steps. Check up your credit report and dispute errors if needed. Pay your bills timely: this can raise your score by up to 20 points.
Then, open new account(s) with high c... (more)
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