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Hi Leo, I applied for a loan at my long-time bank just to build my credit and I was denied due to a credit score of 0. I’m nervous to get a credit card, but I really want to build my credit! I don’t know what to do!

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Leo Zhu

You can get a credit card with a zero credit score. Look at credit cards for people with no or limited credit history. These cards are good for establishing credit. For example, consider the credit card. This card will be a good starting point for you. There is no annual fee or processing fee and you will be able to earn cash back every time you use the card.

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