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Everyone who doesn’t have outstanding credit is striving for good and then excellent credit. Our experts are able to help you in your endeavor to gain a better credit score. If you have some doubts or any questions, you can freely consult with our qualified experts.

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I need a credit card but I keep getting turned down. What can I do to get a credit card if my credit is bad?

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First of all, find out the reasons you were turned down. The issuers usually explain that in the rejection letter you should have received. Also, check your credit report to make sure there are no errors. You should consider a credit card for people with bad credit. Another option for you is a secured… Continue reading

I was wondering which credit score is considered bad? I believe mine is 570.

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Any credit score under 630 is considered bad credit, according to FICO. If you are not sure what your credit score is, you can check it with all three major credit bureaus – TransUnion, Equifax, and Experian. Continue reading

Do I need a certain amount of income to get a secured credit card if my credit history is bad?

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If you want to apply for a secured credit card, your annual income should at least be greater than your annual rent or mortgage payments. Also, you need to provide a minimum security deposit of around $200, otherwise your application can be denied. Continue reading

Looking for a good credit card with at least a $500 credit limit. I don’t have good credit. Do you think I can still get a card?

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You can apply for the Horizon Gold Credit Card. But you should note that this is a shopping account which can only be used at You won’t be able to use the card in-stores or at restaurants. Continue reading

Can I get a Discover card if I have bad credit?

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It depends on your preferences. If you want a credit card issued by Discover then you should have good-to-excellent credit history. To get approved for Discover you should show high credit score, regular payment history, and established credit. The exception is student credit cards and secured credit… Continue reading

I would like a credit card without having to pay any fees, but I don’t have a credit history. What do you recommend?

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If you do not have any credit history, you should consider credit cards for people with limited or no credit history. Continue reading

Is there a low APR card for bad credit?

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Look at secured credit cards. These cards are good to improve bad credit, however, they require a deposit of about $200 or more as collateral. Continue reading

I need a credit card or credit to buy a new vehicle. I have absolutely no credit. I need all the advice you can give me. I am 19 years old.

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Look at credit cards for people with no credit or limited credit history. Do not apply for a prepaid card because these cards do not lend you money. You will have to reload them every time you spend the funds on the card. Note that you won’t be approved for a credit card without your […] Continue reading

I am on disability and receive a limited monthly income, but I also have bad credit. I need a vehicle desperately. Is there anyone out there that can help me with my situation?

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You can apply for a credit card. Look at credit cards for people with bad credit. Most of these cards require a checking account, so if you don’t have one you won’t be approved. Also, you can consider a secured credit card. These cards require a deposit, which is usually about $200. Note that credit… Continue reading

My credit is not that good. Can I obtain a credit card with a $500 limit?

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Consider the Horizon Gold Credit Card. It is a shopping credit card which can only be used at, and you can be approved for a $500 credit limit. The card does not charge interest, but there is a $6 monthly fee which is waived if you make purchases monthly. Continue reading

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