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Will I be eligible for the Amazon.com credit card if I have fair credit?

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If you have fair credit you may be eligible for the Amazon.com store card, but it is not likely you will be approved for the Amazon.com Rewards Visa. Continue reading
Do I need good credit to qualify for the HH Gregg card?

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It is likely that you may be approved for the hhgregg card even if you have fair credit. Continue reading
If I have bad credit can I get a Sam’s Club credit card?

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No, you will not be approved for any of the Sam’s Club credit cards if you have bad credit. Your credit score must be decent to receive any of these credit offers. Similar to many other store cards you cannot choose whether you apply for the basic Sam’s Club credit card or the one branded with the ... Continue reading
What kind of credit do I need to apply for the Sears card?

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You do not need excellent credit, but you can’t have bad credit either. You will need better credit if you want to apply for the Sears MasterCard issued by Citibank. This card can be used everywhere MasterCard is accepted. If your credit is not good enough for that card, they may offer you their ... Continue reading
I have a 645 credit score and would like to get another credit card. I am making timely payments, etc. will this reduce my credit score? Thanks. One balance is 800k limit is 1k the other is 600 limit is $2k

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Generally your credit score should increase because your overall credit utilization ratio will lower after you open a new credit card. However, there are other factors that affect your credit score. For example, a new credit card will lower your average account age which will negatively affect on your ... Continue reading
I just became an ordained minister, so I now marry people. Can I apply for a business credit card? I now have to travel out of my small home to marry people and would like to know what my options are?

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To get a business credit card you should have your own business. You will need to give your business name, address, business legal structure, TIN or EIN and revenue above your personal information. Continue reading
I have moved from India to the U.S. I have signed up for a checking account, but do not have any credit history. Do I stand a chance of getting a credit card that offers me cash back or has a good rewards option? I’m not sure if the lack of credit history will affect my application. 

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Before you apply for a credit card, make sure you have a U.S. Social Security number. You will need it to fill out an application form. A credit card for people with no credit history is a good option for you. Continue reading

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