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Can I Get An Instant Credit Card?

Date: April 3, 2007, 12:13 pm
It depends on your credit conditions. The thing is, that to be eligible for instant approval credit cards you need to have a positive credit. To find out whether you have or not it is necessary to check your credit report. So, if your credit rating defines your credit history as good-to excellent, then you are welcome to look through our instant approval cards. Meant for creditworthy customers, they offer the most attractive options - 0% Intro APR for 12 months, no annual fee, transfer balances fee-free, different kinds of rewards and so on. Read attentively terms and conditions of various instant approval credit cards in order to get a clear picture of all their nuances and choose the card, which you can afford.
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