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can i get a credit card with a score between 570 and 600?

Date: February 18, 2008, 3:08 am
The credit score is crucial as it helps the lenders to decide whether you qualify for the chosen card or not. Paying attention to the score is extremely important, because if you apply for the card you are not eligible for you'll be denied and your history will be damaged. Nowadays people with all types of scores can actually apply for a credit card and be approved. If you have a poor credit (below 620) and want to raise your score there are some cards you can apply for. Nowadays many banks, such as Columbus, Dakota, First PREMIER, Millennium and Orchard, offer deals for bad credit. On our site turn to the page devoted to cards for bad credit. Consider all the information about each card, compare the present offers and choose one that suits your requirements. Another way to restore your credit is to apply for one of the so-called secured credit cards. This card requires you to deposit some sum to ensure your ability to pay. On our site you can find a few variants of these cards too. After you've chosen the card you like just click "apply", fill the required form and submit an application through our service.
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