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Date: October 25, 2006, 6:03 am
If you have never before applied for a credit and so have no credit history, the best option for you would be a secured credit card (Visa or Mastercard). You can also get a department store card which will not actually begin your credit history but can at... (more)
Date: October 25, 2006, 6:01 am
Unfortunately,you are still supposed to pay off your debt on your checking account. Only then you can close it and forget. (more)
Date: October 24, 2006, 7:39 am
You have two ways out. You can apply to a debt consolidation agency or negotiate with your creditors in order they give you a delay until you find a job. (more)
Date: October 24, 2006, 4:08 am
Well, I don't think I can help you, as I do not see your letter. If something is not clear for you, call the bank as there should be some contact information in the letter. (more)
Date: October 24, 2006, 1:37 am
At your present situation, you actually can't choose, as your options atr limited by cards for bad and no credit - secured cards and cards with a cosigner. But to my mind, secured credit cards are better, as you do not depend on anybody and you can start ... (more)
Date: October 24, 2006, 12:29 am
Actually, American Express is used and accepted mainly in the USA, so it is much better to get a MasterCard or Visa that are accepted worldwide. (more)
Date: October 23, 2006, 7:16 am
The matter is that the application form you fill out to get a card id secured, as there are modern protection systems used at application sites. If you apply for a card by mail, there is no guarantee your personal information won't be stolen. In this resp... (more)
Date: October 23, 2006, 7:02 am
Well, if you do not have American citizenship, you won't be approved for a US credit card. (more)
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