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I would like to apply for an Aldi credit card but my credit score is only 650. Will I qualify?

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Aldi does not offer a credit card, but in general he minimum required FICO score is usually between 660 and 680 to qualify for a starter credit card, although some consumers are able to get approved with lower scores. Continue reading

I got an invitation in the mail to apply for Sun Country Visa credit card but not sure if I qualify. Also, I wanted to know which credit reports they pull because my highest score is with TU 796. Can you tell if I qualify?

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Sun Country Visa card is issued by First Bankcard. This bank usually pulls all three credit reports from three major credit bureaus – TransUnion, Equifax, and Experian. Continue reading

I would like to apply for a Haband credit card but my credit score is only 650. Will I qualify?

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Store credit cards typically require applicants to have a credit score lower than those required for higher end rewards cards. Continue reading

My credit score isn’t the greatest. Actually, I’m not even sure what it is. But I’m afraid to apply for a credit card because I don’t want to get turned down. What should I do?

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It can be a little unsettling, even scary, to apply for a new credit card when you don’t know what your credit score is. But a store credit card like the NFM credit card usually has a pretty accepting policy, so chances are you’ll be able to get one if you have any credit history at all. Continue reading

I already have 3 credit cards. Will getting a new one hurt my credit score?

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Getting one more credit card will definitely change your credit score in a positive or a negative way. The way your credit score will be changed depends on many factors. For example, a new card will increase your overall available credit and lower your overall credit utilization ratio, which is… Continue reading

What kind of credit do I need to get a credit card from the Bed Bath and Beyond store? I have been working on my credit score so I don’t want to risk a decline.

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If your credit is bad, you will probably not be approved for any store credit cards. There are cards that are specifically tailored for those with bad credit who are trying to improve their score. Continue reading

I am very interested in applying for the Woman Within credit card. The only problem is that I had some credit trouble in the past, and my credit score is not as good as it used to be. I was wondering, what are the minimum credit requirements for this card?

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Well, the thing you should always remember about applying for credit cards is that your credit score isn’t the only factor that comes into play when determining whether or not you are worthy of approval. Continue reading

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