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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

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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… 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 thehorizonoutlet.com, 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

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

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

I am a grad student with no job, no bank account and serious bad credit. What are the odds of me getting a secured credit card just for travel?  Any recommendations? Is it hopeless?

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A secured credit card is a good option for you. You will need to deposit around $200 to get the card and this amount will be equal to your credit limit. Another option is applying for a student credit card. Continue reading

Can I get a high-limit credit card if my credit is bad?

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No, probably not. It depends on exactly how bad your credit is. In general, creditors will not issue a high line of credit to someone with poor credit history. You will have to rebuild your credit by taking out cards with smaller limits first. Continue reading

I’ve got two questions: are there any unsecured credit cards for high school students? And are there any unsecured gas credit cards for people with bad credit?

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Yes, there are unsecured credit cards for students. You can see them on the student credit cards page. You will likely not be approved for a gas credit card if you have bad credit. To qualify for a gas credit card your credit score should have at least an average credit score. Continue reading

If I don’t have a bank account and I do have pretty bad credit are there any cards that I can get to help me start rebuilding my credit?

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You can apply for a secured credit card. These cards do not require a bank account, but you will have to make a security deposit. The amount of the deposit will be around $200 and your credit limit will be equal to this amount in most cases. Make sure the card you select reports to […] Continue reading

What credit score is considered poor?

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Credit scores are calculated by consumer credit bureaus. Every credit bureau has its own unique formula to calculate your score so they differ slightly. But the average score rating is: Bad credit: 350 to 619 Fair credit: 620 to 659 Good credit: 660 to 749 Excellent credit: 750 to 850 You should… Continue reading

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