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I have bad credit and want to establish it, do you thing Carlson Visa card is good for me?

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Club Carlson cards are co-branded credit cards and such cards are usually offered to people with an established credit. Continue reading

I have the Community First Share secured card and have managed to build my credit and my credit score is close to 600 now. Am I eligible for an unsecured credit card now?

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Yes, you are, provided you do not have recent late payments on your active credit accounts and you do not have active bankruptcy. There are a lot of credit card offers that suit your current credit rating. Continue reading

If have a Sound credit union credit card the one which is secured and managed to build fair credit. Now I’m looking to apply for a new credit card which is not secured. What card can I apply?

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You can apply for any credit card that is offered to people with fair credit. Credit cards for fair credit are usually unsecured cards and come with low fees. Continue reading

I am interested in applying for the Jordan’s credit card, but my credit score is pretty bad compared to where it used to be at. I used to have a score around 740 and now I’m more in the 620 range. Do you happen to have any idea about whether or not I would be approved for the card?

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Unfortunately, there is no way for me to determine whether or not you would be approved for a card based on your credit score. All credit issuers are different and there is no set number to determine someone’s “credit worthiness”. Continue reading

I would like to apply for an Aldi credit card but my credit score is only 650. Will I qualify?

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Aldi does not offer a credit card, but in general he minimum required FICO score is usually between 660 and 680 to qualify for a starter credit card, although some consumers are able to get approved with lower scores. Continue reading

I would like to apply for a Genesis Milestone Gold credit card but my credit score is only 650. Will I qualify?

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Store credit cards typically require applicants to have a credit score lower than those required for higher end rewards cards. Continue reading

I am looking to apply for Bas Pro Outlet reward card but my credit is slightly above 650. Will I qualify?

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Generally, rewards credit cards require applicants to have a good credit score. A credit score between 660 and 719 (according to the FICO score range) should be enough to qualify for a rewards credit card. Continue reading

I would like to apply for a Haband credit card but my credit score is only 650. Will I qualify?

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Store credit cards typically require applicants to have a credit score lower than those required for higher end rewards cards. Continue reading

I want Arco PumpPass but have never had a credit card before, will I qualify for this credit card?

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You can get the Arco PumpPass card even if you have no credit history because it is not a credit card but a prepaid card. Continue reading

I have bad credit and want to improve it. Do you think 76 gas card will be good for that?

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Since your goal is to improve your credit, you should first of all find out if the card is reported to the major credit bureaus. Continue reading

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