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I once had a Phillips 66 credit card and now I want to renew my account, how can I do that?

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Most likely you won’t be able to renew your old account. You will have to fill out and submit a new credit card application. Continue reading

Does Phillips 66 credit card good for someone without credit? I want to build some credit and think of getting this card because I often buy gas at Phillips 66 and Conoco.

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Such credit cards as Phillips 66 credit card are usually offered to people with established credit. Since you do not have any established credit, your chances to qualify are low. Continue reading

I want to cancel my Phillips 66 card and apply for a different credit card that will give me some rebates on gas, but I can’t think of any good credit card. Can you recommend me one?

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You do not tell us the reason you want to cancel your Phillips 66 card but we guess you do not want your new card to be offered by a gas station. Continue reading

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