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Date: August 29, 2008, 2:28 am
Since you have good credit you are eligible for the best deals. A very important factor that banks consider when determining your credit limit is your income. It is common for issuers such as Discover and American Express to grant credit limits of up to... (more)
Date: August 26, 2008, 7:31 am
To be eligible for a $5000.00 line of credit, you need to have good/excellent credit score. However, the final decision of the issuer on how much to lend you depends on lots of factors, such as your job income, monthly expenses, your other credit lines,... (more)
Date: August 26, 2008, 5:47 am
Your current credit rating determines which balance transfer (B/T) credit card you can qualify for. The higher your credit score, the lower APR on B/T you'll get. If your credit history has not been damaged by non payments and overspending, you can ... (more)
Date: August 26, 2008, 4:47 am
The reason you get turned down may be you apply for the credit card you do not actually qualify for. To increase chances of approval you need to make sure your credit rating meets the requirements of the card issuing company. For this, address one or al... (more)
Date: August 25, 2008, 7:24 am
Well your chances to be approved for a new credit card depend on two major factors: how well established your credit history is and how big your total available credit goes. If you've been building credit for some time already and you haven't op... (more)
Date: August 25, 2008, 6:26 am
Your credit score stands somewhere between fair (620-659) and good (660-749) levels, so you may qualify for different balance transfer (B/T) credit cards accordingly. Your choice of a certain B/T credit card will depend on what exactly credit score the ... (more)
Date: August 25, 2008, 5:37 am
A balance transfer (B/T) credit card is usually used to pay off one or several outstanding balances at a lower rate than that on your current account. Best B/T credit cards are those offering 0% intro APRs for 12 or even 15 months. Such credit cards req... (more)
Date: August 25, 2008, 4:53 am
Yes, a smart cardholder applies for a new balance transfer (B/T) card as soon as the 0% intro period on the previous plastic is over. In this way a big debt is paid off without any interest charged. If you transfer the remaining debt from one balance tr... (more)
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