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Is a credit score of 648 bad? My current secured credit card and car loan are my first real forms of credit. I've had them for 6 months. I tempted to possibly apply for a capital one card but I'm not sure if their strict with issuing credit

Date: July 9, 2008, 11:16 pm
Yes, your credit is poor and now you are eligible for unsecured credit cards issued for those with not ideal credit. If you are interested in Capital One credit card offers, this bank issues cards for customers with limited to excellent credit. So you can find Capital One credit cards for your credit score and apply online without doubts. We can advise you Capital One Standard Platinum that offers 0% APR on purchases for up to 6 months, has no annual fee and rather low ongoing APR. Besides Capital One credit cards you can also consider cards from First PREMIER and Orchard for bad credit. We offer you to compare Centennial Gold MasterCard/Visa from First PREMIER and Orchard Bank Classic MasterCard. Both of them come with rather attractive features and offer you a good chance to aspire to better credit. Make your choice and apply!
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