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I’m trying to rebuild my credit. My grade with TransUnion is C, with Equifax it’s also a C, and with Experian it’s an A. What are my chances of getting a credit card?

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Leo Zhu

Those are VantageScore grades, not FICO scores. Very few lenders look at VantageScore. Most of them use FICO scores to make decisions. FICO and VantageScore have different scales: the first goes from 300 to 850, and the second from 501 to 990. That means that your VantageScore may not be the same as your FICO score. Once you know your FICO score, you can use our credit card navigator to choose a card.

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