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I am very interested in getting the Yamaha credit card. The only problem is that I have no idea what the minimum credit score requirements are for the card. My credit is not as perfect as it once was. Do you know what the minimum credit requirements are? Also, where can I apply for the card?

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Leo Zhu

Unfortunately, we have absolutely no idea what the minimum credit requirements would be for that card. What you should know is, your credit score is not the only thing you are judged on when determining whether or not you are worthy of approval for a specific credit card. But, your credit score is still a very important factor. We’re sure that you are not required to have a credit score over 800, to be approved for the card; however, no company wants to deal with people who have a 350. As long as you have a fair credit score, your chances of being approved are good. You can apply for this credit card by finding the application form online, or by visiting a Yamaha dealer and asking for assistance.

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