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Date: September 24, 2008, 5:20 am
No annual fee credit cards with 0% APR on balance transfers are designed for good-to-excellent credit consumers only. So, if your credit score ranges from 660 to 850, you have a long credit history without any bad payments found in the credit report, yo... (more)
Date: September 24, 2008, 4:34 am
Perhaps you applied at the companies which use other credit reporting agencies as the main source of your credit and personal data. Check if TransUnion and Experian report the same good FICO scores before you apply for another credit card. Too many appl... (more)
Date: September 23, 2008, 4:45 am
If you are a young adult working for living or you are a college student, and there is a valid credit score found at any of the national bureaus, you can qualify for a "limited" credit card issued by Capital One Bank. Capital One Standard Platinum is a ... (more)
Date: September 23, 2008, 4:15 am
If your credit is good-to-excellent (660-850 FICO score), you can choose from a variety of low APR or 0% APR balance transfer cards online. If you prefer a lowest ongoing rate on balance transfers until paid off, consider applying for Blue from American... (more)
Date: September 23, 2008, 2:50 am
You can apply for a credit card on our website but you are not guaranteed approval for just every offer you want. You have to choose a credit card based on your credit history, your FICO scores, your income, spending patterns and lots of other factors. ... (more)
Date: September 23, 2008, 2:18 am
You did get your credit score hurt while you went through CCCS but now that you've completed the program and paid off all of your debts, you can be a favorable applicant. So, if there is not a bankruptcy record in your file and you haven't been ... (more)
Date: September 22, 2008, 7:05 am
If you've been discharged from bankruptcy for 3 years already and since then you have improved your credit up to the good level, there are chances you'll be approved at some banks. However, to ensure your success, you should apply at the company... (more)
Date: September 22, 2008, 6:23 am
To avoid damaging credit you need to apply for the right card. The right choice depends on your current social and financial status. Assuming that you are a young adult working for living and owning a valid credit score at one of the credit bureaus, or ... (more)
Date: September 22, 2008, 5:55 am
You can apply for a credit card but the type of the card will depend on your particular situation. If your credit is less than perfect because you're just building your payment history and there are insufficient payment records in your name yet, you... (more)
Date: September 22, 2008, 5:24 am
International students often have difficulty with obtaining a credit card, especially when they don't have a payment history here. However, there are some options that you can choose from. A most unfailing way to get a credit line is to apply for a ... (more)
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