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How can i get a credit card with no credit? I tired alots of them already? I want to get approved for one

Date: January 21, 2008, 4:32 am
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Thank you for asking your question. First of all, we must warn you: do not try aplying for such credit cards anymore. Every time your application is denied is reflected in your credit history and affects it quite negatively. Now the best method for you is to apply for a secured credit card with guaranteed approval. Please note that in this case you will need a collateral to secure your credit, however, you will be certainly approved. At our site, these cards are offered by Orchard and Millennium banks. To get more detailed information please explore our secured credit card applications.
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