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i am indian citizen can i apply for cards on your site. tell me where i can apply for cards online

Date: January 12, 2007, 3:18 am
Credit card applications presented at our site are available for the residents of the USA, UK, Canada and Belgium. If you possess the citizenship of these countries, you can choose a credit card and make an application.
If you are not a citizen of the above-mentioned countries, none of our credit cards can be applied for, so you can find a site presenting credit card applications for Indian residents or turn to your local bank for a credit card.
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