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Im only 19 and i have one ding on my credit report now does everyone get approved on here? and which credit card do u think would be right for me ?

Date: January 12, 2007, 2:48 am
As you are only beginning your credit, you shouldn't be too brave and apply for any credit card you like. As you have some credit rating already, you can apply for a credit card from the list of bad/no credit card applications at our site. Evaluate each credit card before applying, as it is very important for you to get a card which fits your needs and and can be affordable for you.
If you want to fasten the process of credit building, you can apply for several credit cards, but only after you will be approved for the first card and will make sure you will be able to pay the balances.
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