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I need a credit card, but every time I apply for one online the banks turn me down. Why?

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Leo Zhu

It is probably because you are applying for a card which is not suitable for your credit history. If you apply for a card for good credit but have bad credit, you will be denied. It is very important not to overestimate your credit score. Before applying for another credit card, use our credit card navigator. You simply enter accurate data about your credit history to see what options are available.

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