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I have never had an opportunity to build my credit. I keep getting denied for that reason. Am I able to get a credit card?

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If you do not have any credit history, consider credit cards for people with limited or no credit. Do not apply for cards which require a higher credit score than you have or your application will likely be denied. Continue reading

I am 49 years old and have no credit, but a good job. I have not borrowed money in more than 10 years. Now I can’t even get a credit card. What should I do?

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You should check your current credit score to know what credit card you should apply for. Then use our credit card navigator to choose a suitable card. Continue reading

What kind of card can I get to help bring my credit score up? Which one will I qualify for with a fair credit score?

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If your current credit is fair you can consider credit cards for fair credit history. Most of them report to the credit bureaus and have rewards programs. Also you can apply for a secured credit card. They are good for those who are rebuilding credit, especially after bankruptcy. They require… Continue reading

What’s the credit limit on Fingerhut credit card and is it a card where I can only shop at Fingerhut?

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The Fingerhut credit account is for shopping exclusively at fingerhut.com. You can’t use it for other purposes or in other locations. Fingerhut offers a $500 credit limit. Also the issuer reports to the credit bureaus, which means you will be able to build a good credit history. Continue reading

What do I need to do to get a credit card with a credit line of at least $500?

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The amount of the credit limit is determined by the issuer and depends on your income and credit history. But there is a way to get the desired line of credit with bad credit. You can apply for a secured credit card and pay a security deposit equal to the credit limit desired. If you […] Continue reading

Hi Leo. My credit was bad. I was able to get some credit cards with a high interest rate. I have been using them and making my payments on time. I always pay more than the minimum. I got my first credit card in December 2012. I already have 5. I don’t need all these credit cards. I just need a good credit card with low interest. How do I get it? I already applied to some good cards, but I was denied. What should I do?

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If you tried to apply for a credit card which doesn’t fit your credit history, that would become the reason for denial. You should choose credit cards according to your credit score. You can close a couple of credit cards you currently have. Pay off all the balances before you close the cards. But don’t… Continue reading

I am looking for a credit card to finance a new computer. I have fair credit, but have been late on a credit card recently. Do any finance companies take people like me? I have lots of good credit also.

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Check your credit report and see how the recent late payment affected your credit score. If your credit is still fair, consider credit cards for consumers with fair credit history. You can even find a card with 0% interest introductory period on purchases. If your credit is less than fair, you can… Continue reading

I have a bad credit score of 503. I’m trying to get a non prepaid credit card to help reestablish my credit.

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Consider applying for a secured credit card. You will have to pay a security deposit of about $200 to get this card. Your credit limit will be equal to the amount of the deposit and your credit performance will be reported to credit bureaus. Continue reading

How can I receive a credit card without any credit history?

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A credit card for those who have limited or no credit history will be a good option for you. Using this card wisely you will be able to establish your credit and earn rewards if the card offers a rewards program. Continue reading

I have never had a credit card. I had to file bankruptcy 4 years ago. I have become disabled, so that benefit is my only income. I’m just trying to figure out ways to better my credit? Thanks

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You can apply for a secured credit card. This card is a good choice after bankruptcy. Unsecured credit cards require a collateral deposit, which is around $200. Your credit limit will be equal to the deposit. Also, your credit performance will be reported to the major credit bureaus. If you pay on time… Continue reading

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