If you want to reestablish your credit after bankruptcy, you can apply for a secured credit card. If you use this card responsibly, you will be able to improve your credit score. If you do not want a secured credit card, you can consider credit cards for bad credit history. For example, you may like the First PREMIER credit cards. The bank offers unsecured credit cards for those who want to build good credit. And if you pay the card bills on time and stay within limits, you will improve your credit score.
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