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August 2, 2007, 10:56 pm
What credit cards can I apply for online that I can use a cosigner?
As a matter of fact all deals for good credit allow to co-sign for someone. However keep in mind that you can not apply with a co-signer right away online. If you wish to receive a card with a co-signer, you should do the following. Firstly, person with good history (your co-signer) applies online through our service for any good/excellent credit offer. This person gets an approval. Then he or she calls the bank and says that he would like to be a co-signer for a person with bad credit history. He must tell social security of that person. Co-signer receives a statement by post, that a person with bad credit must sign and send back. Now person with bad score shares an account with co-signer. By making timely payments person with bad credit will start building his credit history as his payment information will be sent to all credit bureaus every month. All the best, Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service
July 29, 2007, 11:13 pm
I am looking to consolidate all of my credit card bills to one low interest would any certain credit card
holder do that ?
If you are eager to consolidate your debt on one credit card you should turn to the so-called balance transfer cards. These cards allow you to reallocate your balance from one or several cards with high interest rates to one with better terms. In order to get a card you should first of all request your report and assess your current state. Mind that the best balance transfer deals are only available for those whose score is either good or excellent. If your score is above 660 you are eligible for the best deals with 0% APR on balance transfers for a period from 6 to 15 months, no annual fee and other favorable terms. So, choose the card you want depending your current score, fill the required application form and submit it online. All the best, Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service
July 18, 2007, 7:37 pm
what credit card application gives me an immediate response?
In fact it takes various periods of time to consider your application. You see, generally the bank needs some time to check your report and to make a decision whether you qualify or not. However nowadays many banks also offer to their customers the service of instant approval - that means that the decision is made in a few minutes. On our site there are several cards with instant approval. Offers of this type are now in fact available for all types of history and score. Still it is very important to request your report and learn your score before submitting an application. Choose the instant approval offer you are eligible for, fill the application online and get an approval immediately. All the best, Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service
July 12, 2007, 11:49 pm
I have 3 credit cards I would like to pay off. I need to apply for a credit card with balance transfer to reduce the interest rate so I can pay this debt off.
A credit card balance transfer implies reallocating your debt from high rate card to a better one. It's often used to save money, because the majority of credit card companies offer no annual fee and 0% APR on balance transfers for new customers. Besides, it is also possible to consolidate debt from more than one card. At our site you can find the best balance transfer cards applications that will help you solve the problem of debt. Compare all 0 balance transfer cards options properly, fill the application and submit it online. Balance transfer cards in fact help you to move your high-rate balance to a better card. So, you can avoid debts with their help, and consequently, it will positively affect your credit. Mind that these cards are designed mainly for people with good or excellent credit history, so request your report before applying for a card. All the best, Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service
July 12, 2007, 7:53 am
Can you tell me I have a banruptcy on my credit report that is almost 2 yrs old in Oct of this year. Can you tell me if it will be hard to appy for a credit card. ?
Nowadays, recently bankrupt can also obtain a card. Mind, that negative information, especially that of bankruptcy, may stay on your credit report for almost 10 years but that does not mean that you are not eligible for a credit card. It may be more expensive than before, and available with lower limits and less favorable terms. A secured credit card is a good way to establish a history after bankruptcy as it is usually offered with lower rates than unsecured cards. Rebuilding creditworthiness depends on the usage of the card. If you use it carefully and pay off your bills on time, you'll benefit from cards for bad credit. Mind that before applying for the card, you should request your credit report first and correct any mistakes in case you find them. Then, you're welcome to compare the best bad credit cards or secured cards, presented at our website and apply for the one that suits you most. All the best, Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service
July 10, 2007, 5:16 pm
What recourse is available to us when our credit card company decides to increase our apr because of the amount of the balance of unsecure debt. Our credit is good with a credit score in the mid 700's. We have requested that it be decreased but they refuse. What can we do now?
As it happens the issuer really can change the APR on credit card. If you are not satisfied with the terms of your current card you are able to transfer your balance to a new one. A credit card balance transfer implies reallocating your debt from high rate card to a better one. It's often used to save money, because the majority of credit companies offer no annual fee and 0% APR on balance transfers. Besides, it is also possible to consolidate debt from more than one card. On our website you are able to find best balance transfer offers from various banks. These deals are created primarily for people with good or excellent history, so is your score is in the mid 700's you are surely eligible for one of the 0% balance transfer cards. The terms of the cards in fact differ, and it is only up to you to decide which of them to prefer. If you want a card without balance transfer fee pay your attention to Blue from American Express and Clear from American Express. They charge no balance transfer fees and offer fixed APR on balance transfers for life. If you wish to obtain 0% APR on balance transfers apply for Discover, Citibank or Chase cards. They may be very useful and help you to save money. Read all the information on them, fill the application and submit it online. All the best, Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service
July 7, 2007, 12:44 pm
please call me to explain to me how to get a card. 423-426-7069
If you want to get a credit card via our site, you should make a few simple steps. First, you should choose a card, according to your needs and credit history. Second, you should fill out the online credit card application. In the application form you indicate the address to which the card should be delivered. You can order the card from any place where you have access to the Internet, plus you need to know such information as your SSN, address and previous account number (in some cases). All the best, Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service
July 6, 2007, 4:57 pm
I just got offered a credit card from first premire bank with a 300.00 credit limit. The set up fees, the yearly fees and the other fees equal about my credit limit. I have a 560, 550 and 510 credit score but I am going to try to repair that and some of it is clearly inaccurate. My Mom who has excellent credit told me not to activate that card and to find one she could co-sign for me on, but I cant find one online with the application for a co-signer. Can you help me find one?
In fact all good credit applications allow to co-sign for someone. However as it happens you can not apply with a co-signer right away online. If you are eager to get a card with a co-signer, you should do the following. First of all, your mother (co-signer) applies online through our service for any good/excellent credit card. She gets approved. Then she can call the bank and say that she would like to add someone to her account and that she will be a co-signer for a person with bad credit history (you). She must tell your social security number. Then the co-signer receives a statement by mail. You must sign it and send back. After that you will share an account with your mother (co-signer). Mind, that you will get two cards with two different numbers, but the account and credit limit will be the same. By making timely payments you will start building your credit history as the information on your payments will be sent to all credit bureaus every month. All the best, Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service
July 3, 2007, 10:04 pm
is there any credit card that does NOT have a balance transfer transaction fee?
Nowadays credit card balance transfers are a widespread tool of reallocating your debt from a high rate card to a better one. The majority of issuers offer no annual fee and 0% intro APR on balance transfers for new customers for a period from 6 to 15 months. In addition, it is also possible to consolidate debt from more than one card. On our site you can find the best balance transfer cards applications that will help you solve the problem of debt. Their terms differ, and it is only up to you to decide which offer suit you most. For example, Discover® Card offers 0% on balance transfers for 12 months and Blue from American Express® and American Express IN:NYC charge no balance transfer fees. Mind that these cards are created primarily for people with good or excellent history, so request your report before applying for a card. Check it for any mistakes and if you find any correct them immediately. Learn your credit score. If it is above 660 you are certainly eligible for one of the 0% balance transfer cards. Compare all 0% balance transfer cards options properly, fill the application and submit it online. All the best, Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service
July 1, 2007, 12:19 am
do you have a credit card that people with bad credit from canada can apply for?
At the moment on our site you are welcome to compare the best cards for the residents of the USA as well as the cards for the UK, Canada and Belgium. We are glad to render a service of online application for official residents of these countries. So, if you are an official resident of Canada, pay your attention to the best Canadian cards. However, all Canadian cards from American Express CA presented on our website require either good or excellent score, thus, don't forget to request your report and make sure you are eligible for them before submitting an application. If your credit is bad, unfortunately, you are not eligible for them. All the best, Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service
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