If you’ve never had a credit card and have no bank account, it doesn’t necessarily mean that you won’t be given a credit card. If you have a steady annual income you can freely consider credit cards for limited/no credit history. The most important thing to consider is whether the card issuer reports to credit bureaus so you can build your credit.
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