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I’m looking to establish a credit history. I prefer to make my purchases with my debit card, however, I need a credit history. What would be your expert opinion? I’m thinking the student card. Thanks

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Leo Zhu

If you are a student you should consider student credit cards. Look at the . This credit card has no annual fee and allows you to earn cash back on purchases. This can be a good starting point for a student.

If you are not a student and have sufficient income, you should consider our offers for limited/no credit cards. These cards are created for those who want to establish their credit history. Also, most of these cards have rewards programs and low APRs.

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