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September 19, 2006, 11:37 pm
I s there a credit card company that will let me use my business information only. Not my persoanl info my credit is not all that great.
If you apply for a business credit card, your business credit information only is considered by the bank. But if you want to get a personal credit card, be ready to let the credit card company read your personal credit report.

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Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service,
www.BestCreditOffers.com
September 18, 2006, 11:44 pm
What credit card can i forsure be approved with if i have a low credit score. I need to purchase a very important piece of equipment for my job as a law enforcement officer that cost arround $800.00
Apply for a bad credit card: they can have $1000 credit limit. To find the one that matches you look through the category of our site or try such sites as http://www.credit-card-authority.com/
http://credit-card-analyzer.com/
http://rebuild-credit-cards.com/
http://www.bestcreditoffers.com/

Best regards,
Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service,
www.BestCreditOffers.com
September 18, 2006, 2:23 am
I have a visa line of credit card that has a high interest rate and a high limit. How do I get another company to allow me to transfer this balance. How do I get the interest rate lowered so making a payment will substantially decrease amount owed. I am seeking to get within the 35% open on each card and finance charges is making it difficult on this card.
If you have good credit, you can apply for a balance transfer credit card. With it you can pay off your balance at a lower interest rate. There is a wide range of balance transfer card you can find at our site. Choose the one with the terms and charges that match you best.

Best,
Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service,
www.BestCreditOffers.com
September 18, 2006, 2:06 am
My equifax score is about 650-660 and my transunion and experian are 620-640ish. What card do you think I could apply for and get? I have a chase card which is about four months old but the credit limit is only 400 bucks and I pay 250/mo on it roughly. I also have a first premier card , that I have had for over 12mths, never late and always pay on time. But the avail. credit is only 250 bucks. soooo what do u think I should apply for. Thanks a lot.-nick
You have fair credit, so you should apply for a fair credit card. Look through the category Fair Credit Offers at our site or at http://www.credit-card-authority.com/, http://credit-land.com/,http://credit-card-analyzer.com/. Evaluate the features of the cards and apply for one of them online.

Good luck,
Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service,
www.BestCreditOffers.com
September 18, 2006, 1:34 am
How can I receive information in the mail on credit cards that fit my standards?
Define your requirements and e-mail us. We'll send you the information you are interested in.

Best regards,
Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service,
www.BestCreditOffers.com
September 15, 2006, 4:52 am
How old do you have to be before applying for a credit card? I have a Visa Buxx card but want a real credit card.
There is no age restriction for getting a credit card, as there are credit card offers for children. But your age and employment status together with credit history are significant if you want to apply for a definite credit card. So give us more information about you, so we could recommend something definite.

Best,
Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service,
www.BestCreditOffers.com
September 15, 2006, 4:47 am
How old do you have to be before applying for a credit card?
Actually, there is practically no restriction, as there are credit card offers for children nowadays. So, everything depends on the type of card you want to get.

Best,
Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service,
www.BestCreditOffers.com
September 15, 2006, 4:43 am
How long do you wait once accounts are paid in full to close them? How long do you wait before applying for other credit cards?
If you want to close your card after you have paid off your balances, ask the bank about the way to do it. As for applying for new cards, there's no restriction in getting new cards, unless you have problems with your present cards.

Have a good day,
Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service,
www.BestCreditOffers.com
September 15, 2006, 4:37 am
I have a zero balance on several department store cards and wish to close them all and get a regular mastercard. Is this an easy thing to do. Is there a card recommended. My credit is fair.
There's no need to close your department store cards, as having them with 0 balance adds to your credit. But if you want a fair credit card, look through the credit card offers in the corresponding category and choose the best card for yourself.

Best regards,
Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service,
www.BestCreditOffers.com
September 15, 2006, 4:14 am
I have good credit how can i get the best deal
You can have your own notion of the best deal, for example, with lowest charges or with intersting rewards. That's why we can't recommend you any definite credit card offer. Look through our categories for good credit history and choose the one that matches your preferences best.

Good luck,
Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service,
www.BestCreditOffers.com
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