I am currently very interested in applying for the Kirkland's credit card, but my credit...
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I am currently very interested in applying for the Kirkland's credit card, but my credit score is bad compared to how good it used to be. I haven't applied for a credit card in a few years and I'm not sure if I would be approved for their card. Would you happen to have any idea about what credit score you are required to have if you want to be approved for the Kirkland's credit card?
Answered on Oct 18, 2016
Updated on Oct 18, 2016
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Unfortunately, I have no way of knowing what type of credit score you would be required to have if you are interested in applying for the credit card that is offered by Kirkland's. Every credit issuer is different when it comes to determining whether an applicant is worthy of approval. I can say with confidence that you are not required to have a score over 800† to be approved for their card, but you can't have poor credit either. If your credit score is somewhere that needs improvement, consider applying for a card that will help build or repair your credit score.
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