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Is National Credit a creditable source for getting a credit card? I have no credit and want to build a credit history.

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The National Credit Direct is good for building credit history. Your payment activity will be reported to the credit bureaus. However, this card can only be used at nationalcreditdirect.com. Continue reading

My credit is above 600, but I would like to improve it. Can a National Credit help me do that? Also I’ve never heard of the National Credit Direct credit card before. Can you please tell more about and if it is secured? Thanks!

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If you want to improve your credit history the National Credit Direct credit card is a great option. The company extends an unsecured line of credit and the payment activity will be reported to the credit bureaus. Continue reading

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