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I am looking for a credit card with a credit limit of $300, and if paid on time, can increase to a credit limit of $700 in 6 months. I am willing to pay an annual fee.

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You can apply for any other credit card you like on our fair credit page. These cards may not offer automatic credit increase, but you can always request one. If you have acted responsibly with the credit card, the issuer will generally increase your credit limit. Continue reading

How much credit limit do I qualify for?

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Your credit limit will depend on your creditworthiness. The higher your credit score, the higher your credit limit. To determine your credit limit, credit issuers look at your income level, but your credit history is the biggest factor. Here are average credit limits according to credit score:… Continue reading

I have a credit card and I am good about paying before my due date. I need another credit card to have sufficient revolving accounts. I want cash back rewards and a sufficient line of credit.

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Since your credit is good you should consider cash back credit cards. Most cash back credit cards offer the standard 1% cash back. Some cards offer up to 5% cash back on rotating categories. But the biggest cash back, up to 20%, will be offered when you shop with your credit card online using… Continue reading

If I get a card and pay it off to earn credit, will I eventually get a bigger spending limit or will it stay the same?

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If you show stable payment history and responsible credit management during a certain period of time, credit card issuer may increase your credit limit. Or if the issuer doesn’t offer to increase your credit line, you can always ask to increase your credit line. If your credit is not good though,… Continue reading

I need a credit card, but have bad credit. Can you help me out? I want to apply for a card that would give me a good credit line of $2000 or more and only pay a small fee. I want to know how I can get a card like this. Thank you, Nora

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I see from the information you provided that you filed bankruptcy or defaulted on a loan once. And you have been more than 90 days late on a payment in the past year. You can look into credit cards for bad credit, but most of these cards require a checking account or they are prepaid […] Continue reading

I need a credit card with a high limit that I will get approved for. I don’t have any late payments on anything and I don’t have anything in collections, and haven’t for about 10-12 years.

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I’m glad to hear you are good at managing your credit! With nothing in collections over the last decade, you should be in pretty good shape as far as your credit score. Have you taken a look at your credit report, and do you know your credit score? When a bank decides what credit limit […] Continue reading

What would be the credit limit and amount I can get on this card, and can I take money out on it at an ATM machine? What does my credit score have to be for this card?

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Since you don’t say which card you’re talking about, it’s hard to answer your questions, but I can give you some general information that may be helpful. Credit limits are determined by credit card issuers depending on your creditworthiness. The higher your credit score, the better chance you have… Continue reading

Can I get a credit card with a limit between $5,000 and $10,000?

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Yes, you can get a credit card with a limit of $5,000 to $10,000, as long as you meet a few requirements. First of all, you should have a pretty high credit score to get a limit above 5K – if you have an excellent score, your chances of getting a high credit limit are […] Continue reading

I filed bankruptcy due to my divorce in May 2012. Will I be approved? Also will this make my credit worse? Does the annual fee go away if I have good payment history?

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Bankruptcy is not the end, you can apply for a credit card and be approved. Let’s pretend you discharged your debt, and you do need to do this if you want to apply for a credit card. But before you decide to apply for a card wait at least three months after discharge and then […] Continue reading

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