Last time I checked before getting a car loan, I had a credit score of 702. I am looking...
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Last time I checked before getting a car loan, I had a credit score of 702. I am looking to make an idea come to life through an invention agency and need to make a payment of just under $3,000 once the patent search comes back. I need a credit card with at least a $3,000 credit limit and would like 0% APR for 18 months so I could pay it back slowly rather than take $3,000 out of my savings account in one shot. Preferably, I'd like to avoid an annual fee, but it's not essential. This is the only thing I would be using the card for. Please advise.
Answered on Oct 19, 2012
Updated on Oct 19, 2012
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If you still have good credit, you can find a card with 0% APR for 18 months.
Look into credit cards for good credit history and see what options you have. You can find no annual fee credit cards and cards with 18 months of 0% interest.
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