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I am currently in school and I am trying to start building my credit. I am 21 and I’m pretty sure I have no credit. I was wondering if this Journey Student Card would be a good for me, and if I would even be approved? If this card isn’t for me, which would you suggest?

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To get approved for the you should have a credit report with at least one of the credit bureaus. Check your reports with the three major credit bureaus (TransUnion, Equifax and Experian).

Another option for you is the credit card. You must be a college or university student to qualify for this offer.

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