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my equifax score is a 612 what card should i aply for

Date: February 18, 2008, 3:08 am
Your credit score is the main factor that is used by credit companies to decide whether you qualify for a chosen card or not. It is recommended that you learn your current scores from all three credit bureaus (Experian, Equifax and TransUnion), not from only one of them. In fact the three scores may vary, that’s why it is necessary to know them all. Your current score amounts to 612 which is considered poor. Nowadays several banks offer cards for people with poor credit, for instance First PREMIER, Orchard and Millennium. The cards you are eligible for are presented on our website in the section devoted to bad credit. Compare all the information, choose the one that suits your needs and submit an application online.
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