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What credit limit will I receive if I qualify to the Alaska Credit card?

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When you apply to the Alaska Visa Signature credit card, you have a chance to receive the Platinum Plus card instead. The Platinum Plus card yield to the Visa Signature card in benefits – some of them are not available to the Platinum card cardholders. Which card you will receive depends on a... Continue reading
My husband and I are looking for a lower interest credit card with a $3,000 initial credit line for our business so that we can purchase inventory. Which card do you recommend we apply for? My bankruptcy was in 2000 and I have had very good credit since.

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You should consider a business credit card. They usually have low interest rates and high credit lines. Many of them also offer a zero percent introductory period on purchases as well as different reward programs. You will be able to earn bonus points or cash back.  Also, if you fly a lot you can... Continue reading
How is a credit score calculated? I want to make sure mine is high, but I don’t know how to ensure my credit history is good enough to have the best score.

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If you are hoping to have a good enough credit score to be approved for a SunTrust card or any other credit card, there are a few rules of thumb you'll want to follow. First of all, make all your credit card payments on time. That means paying at least the minimum due by the payment due date. Continue reading
I have acquired a lot of credit cards over the years and most of them I do not use anymore. Right now i use only my Arvest card. Should I close some of the accounts I know I will never use again?

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No, you should not close old accounts. Old accounts bode well for the length of your credit history which can be a significant portion of your credit score. Continue reading
I have Carsons credit card with a very low limit, can I apply for Bon-Ton as well?

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No. Bon-Ton and Carson’s belong to one family of chain stores where only one card is allowed per person. These cards are interchangeable and can be used with any chain operated by The Bon-Ton Stores. Continue reading
My fiance and I are looking to combine all of our credit cards into one monthly payment. Is this something that Discover would offer with a high enough credit card limit for us to do this? We are looking for a credit limit around $28,000 and want to transfer all of the balances from these cards right away.

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The credit limit granted will be based on your creditworthiness and credit score. We cannot predict whether you will be extended the amount of credit you need. If you are given a large enough credit limit, you will be able to transfer your debt from each credit card. Continue reading
I have no credit and I need to pay for my college which comes up to about $2,000. I was wondering if there is a credit card out there that will have this limit for me?

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The credit limit on the card is always determined by the credit card issuer, who will base the decision on your creditworthiness. Credit lines usually start at $200. Continue reading
I am a senior citizen on Social Security income and my credit score was 609. I want a credit card – no more than $500 credit limit. I have a bank debit account. What are my options?

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You can apply for the Milestone Mastercard credit card if you do not have a non-discharged bankruptcy. Continue reading
I own a small company. What are the pros and cons of having a rewards card in my business name rather than just having a rewards card in my name that I use for my business only?

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Business credit cards are good if you want to build a credit history for your company. Make sure the credit card issuer will report your business credit activity to the bureaus which track business credit. You will need an Employer Identification Number (EIN) to apply. Continue reading
How can I get my credit limit raised?

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If you have a credit card you can contact your credit card issuer and request a credit limit increase. If you want your credit limit to be increased, you should show responsible credit card use. There should not be any delays, late or skipped payments during at least six months. Another way is to... Continue reading
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