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i dont have no history of credit how can i get a credit card

Date: May 8, 2007, 1:59 am
Even if you have no credit history you can apply for a credit card. Most banks are glad to obtain new cutomers and have special programms for new-entrants. With no credit history you are able to apply either for secured cards or for unsecured ones. Both types have their advantages and disadvantages - secured cards are easier to get, but they require you to deposit some amount of money. With unsecured cards you don't have to deposit anything, but often have to pay either a high APR, high fees or both. Which to prefer is for you to decide. We offer several variants of both types of cards. The procedure of getting a credit card is very simple. If you have chosen the card and decided to apply for it online, you only have to fill the required form, get approval of your application and receive your card in the bank.
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