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My credit is not good, but it’s not that bad either. I’m looking for a card with at least a $500 credit limit to build my credit. Where can I find the right one?

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Leo Zhu

You can consider credit cards for people with limited or no credit history. These cards are good for those who want to start building their credit profile. Your credit limit will be determined by the credit issuer and will depend on your creditworthiness. For example, the credit card has a starting credit limit of $300. The final amount of credit will be determined after the issuer reviews your application.

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