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What kind of credit score do I need to get the Academy Visa?

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You don’t need excellent credit, but on the other hand don’t apply for it if you have bad credit either. Anytime you have a hard inquiry on your credit report your credit score takes a hit. If you have bad credit there are cards that you can receive. Just be sure that you are applying for a card… Continue reading

How to choose best credit card for fair credit?

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With innumerable people opting to save money with the help of balance transfer credit cards, mortgage companies and banks are being meticulous regarding whom they should loan money. With the inflation raising the price of even the basic commodities, the credit card’s balances are stacking up… Continue reading

I think to apply for the aarp credit card, my credit score was good, but unfortunately, went down lately. What is minimum credit score required to have to be approved for this credit card?

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Sadly, we don’t have any information about credit history required to be eligible for AARP credit card. I wouldn’t recommend applying for this card if your credit score is in the fair range. There are many other credit cards that are created to help people raise their credit score. If… Continue reading

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Will I be eligible for the Amazon.com credit card if I have fair credit?

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If you have fair credit you may be eligible for the Amazon.com store card, but it is not likely you will be approved for the Amazon.com Rewards Visa. Continue reading

How to get a Mastercard credit card?

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Many banks and credit card issuers offer Mastercard credit cards to people with any type of credit history. Mastercard cards are offered to consumers and businesses. Continue reading

If have a Sound credit union credit card the one which is secured and managed to build fair credit. Now I’m looking to apply for a new credit card which is not secured. What card can I apply?

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You can apply for any credit card that is offered to people with fair credit. Credit cards for fair credit are usually unsecured cards and come with low fees. Continue reading

I know my credit is not good but I want to know if I qualify for the Royal Caribbean Visa Signature credit card.

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If you are frequent cruiser on Royal Caribbean, you may be tempted to apply for their credit card. But the Royal Caribbean credit card is for people with established credit. Therefore, you may end up being denied and having a hard inquiry on your credit report. Continue reading

I used to have bad credit, but I now have a fair credit. Will I be eligible for the Kroger card?

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You will probably be able to get the Kroger credit card but if you do, you will probably also have a high APR on it. The card has a variable rate that ranges from 13.99% to 23.99%. This rate is based on your creditworthiness. Continue reading

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