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I recently decided I want to build my credit up, but I have little to no credit so I was wondering which credit card company offers help to those with little to no credit. Or perhaps which credit card company would be best for me. Thanks in advance.

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Leo Zhu

If you are a student, you may apply for a student credit card. Credit cards for students have favorable terms and conditions and provide the opportunity to build good credit. You will find offers from American Express, Discover, and Citibank.

If you are not a student, consider credit cards for those with limited/no credit history. Do some calculations, think about your preferences, and find the card which will work best for you.

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