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February 7, 2007, 8:07 am
What credit card companies are available that will not use my social security but the company credit only?
In fact, there are such credit card companies. They require your corporative credit history. Unfortunately,
we do not provide phone numbers or addresses of these companies. Actually, at our site you will find
small business credit card offers. However, all such credit card offers require a good or excellent personal
credit history and your social security number. This means you have to build a strong credit history
before you apply for a credit card online. Find the best card low rates that will save you money whenever you pay with the credit card. Please, use a search engine to find the credit card companies you need.

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February 2, 2007, 6:54 am
how can i get a joint applicant credit card?
You can add a joint user to your account. A joint credit card is intended for two people. The credit is based on the evaluation of their assets, incomes and credit histories. Both of you will be entirely responsible for paying off the debt. If you have a good credit and the other person has a bad credit, you can be a co-signer. At our site all credit credit card offers for good credit and excellent credit allow to have a co-signer. If you have a good credit, apply online for a credit card for good or excellent credit. If you get an approval, you contact the bank and say you would like to add someone your account. You will be a co-signer for that person. Thus you agree to share the debt and be liable for all payments. Your credit account and credit limit will be single.

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January 31, 2007, 11:50 pm
I was filling out the info for a transfer on the application for the Discover card and my computer acted up before I could key in the amount of the transfer. Can you help me? All I got a chance to put down was the credit card number and Company. Thank you. Shelby Meinke
If you submitted the application and it went through, it can be regarded as incomplete as you didn't enter the required information. So, you should contact the bank and ask them to add this information or resubmit an application for this credit card.
If the application didn't go through, you should also contact the bank to verify they didn't receive any applications from you. After that you can fill out another application for the credit card you want and submit it. You can also use the online services most banks now have, such as checking the status of your application online.

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January 31, 2007, 7:17 am
what companies offer business credit cards to new businesses with no established credit? Not using personal credit SS# only EIN #.
No matter what credit card company you are going to apply to, you will have to obey general rules when applying for a business credit card. If you have no business credit, and your personal credit is limited, or some other credit circumstances of yours do not meet the credit company's requirements, you will have to apply for a secured business credit card, which, as you know require collateral deposit to secure credit.
If your personal credit is good and excellent, you can apply for a business credit card, but your personal credit history will be used as a guarantee and it will be necessary to give your social security number. After 5 years of accurate and timely payments for your business credit cards or loans, you will be able to apply for good business credit cards giving your business credit history as a guarantee, so indicating your EIN will be enough.

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January 29, 2007, 2:20 am
I have no credit history, I'm starting school in a couple months, I don't have much money, and I need money for transportation to work and paying my rent, so I can earn money until I get a grant/loan for school, and I want to build my credit history. Can I get a credit card now? And what kind?
As for now, at our site you can take a student credit card offer. However, all student credit cards require a
good or an excellent credit history. Now, if you browse at other websites, you will find many credit card offers
for students that demand no credit history and allow you to apply online with a co-signer. This may be one of
your parents with good credit. Most credit card companies and creditors will want you to be 18 years old to get
your credit or loan. Before you choose a credit card, read the terms and conditions carefully and decide whether you will qualify for the credit card offer. Apply online and obtain a personal credit card!

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January 25, 2007, 4:46 am
On a balance transfer to American Express fixed 4.99 % interest rate....if a transfer of $10,000 is approved, what is the monthly payment for this amount?

Your monthly payment will depend on several features. It is now difficult to make a precise calculation as we

are not a bank. The monthly payment will include the original amount of a debt on which interest is calculated

plus interest or additional fees you are obligated to pay under the terms of the contract.

Your payments will depend on the credit limit and many other factors. First of all, you must be eligible for this

credit card since the Blue from American Express requires a good credit history. Apply online for a credit card and make a balance transfer! Just make certain you qualify, for example, check out your credit score.


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January 24, 2007, 8:06 am
i am handicapped and bedridden. if i am issued a credit card can i shop online and have my sister (who is my caregiver) have her name also on the card so that she is able to pick up my purchases from a local store that i've ordered from?
You can do it in several ways. You can get a joint credit card account, so that there will be names of you two on the credit card, and you will be able to use the card together. If some of you has bad credit and the other has a good one, you will be able to get a credit card for good credit, and some of you will be a cosigner. You can also (one of you two) apply for a credit card and order an additional card for the other, thus the credit account will be in the name of the applicant, but both of you will have a right to use it.
The only warning is that you should apply for the credit card according to your credit history.

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January 23, 2007, 7:51 am
I have a credit score of 659 and no negative credit remarks. Would I be considered "excellent" credit to qualify for an AMEX card? I hate to apply and my score drop and I don't get the card.
Well, credit report inquiries have a poor affection on your credit report, as your credit score has probably
decreased recently. Actually, at our site 660-749 is good credit and 750-850 is excellent credit score.
620-659 is considered merely fair credit rating. So you can see where you drop into. As for American Express
credit card offers, the company provides them for customers with good to excellent credit history. Be careful
when applying for credit cards, see if you are elegible for the credit card offer not to spoil your credit report. You can also apply online for other banks' credit cards and improve your credit history to an excellent one!

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January 22, 2007, 2:39 am
What card should I apply for when trying to build credit for my corporation?
If you want to apply online for a business credit card, we must warn you about the type of business credit cards
we offer. These are personal credit card offers from Chase, Advanta, American express and other banks that require individual responsibility. Some credit card companies provide corporative credit card offers that help to build business credit history. Our credit card offers for business require a good personal credit history and will be improving your credit score. If you are ready to take such responsibilities now, apply online for business credit cards to build your business using our credit card applications!

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January 18, 2007, 7:51 am
I am a 5/6 months resident in Florida. UK citizen with USA bank accounts, but no social security number. Who can provide a no fee credit card

If you look through credit card offers for US residents, you will see any application requires social security number to be indicated in the blanks marked with an asterisk. You can apply for a UK credit card then, as they require information you certainly have. Also, if you have accounts in the USA, you can ask these banks for a credit card.
As for the terms of your future credit card, they depend on the credit history you have, and you will have to build credit history in the US, UK credit history being insignificant in this country.

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