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September 4, 2006, 3:41 am
Have a Citgo Commercial Card and want to know if is still ok to use? 111137253 001 Please advise Thank you
Citgo credit cards deal with petroleum-based products. They are used nowadays - there's probably a CITGO in your neighborhood. Unfortunately, we don't work with Citgo because of their limited nature.

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September 4, 2006, 3:40 am
If i will apply for the credit card of american express gold card how much credit limit i will get ?

I didn't get my answer over there could u plz reply me
In fact , credit limits are determined by American Express and assigned based on a variety of factors, including your credit record and personal resources.
E.g., the limit can even range from $1,000 up to $25,000.
Try getting your Free Credit Report or Credit Score. See also Credit-Land.com, American Express in Cards by Bank section .

Best,
Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service,
www.BestCreditOffers.com
September 4, 2006, 3:37 am
Can you tell me what is considered "ok credit"
The Ok credit, usually called the Fair credit, is a type of credit cards for people with average or limited credit history. The credit score then is 620-659. The advantages of OK credit cards is that those credit cards allow monthly reports to the major credit bureaus. This will help rebuild your credit history. Ok credit cards also offer online access to credit education and have low rates. Of course, you will have a credit limit and probably the rates will be higher than those with a good credit. But nevertheless, apply for a credit card online, it's so convenient!

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Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service,
www.BestCreditOffers.com
August 21, 2006, 4:19 am
I need a card as soon as possible,I don`t want any prepaid cards, and if possible very low instant rate
First of all, you need to estimate your credit score. If you have never had a credit card, then a no credit history card will fit you.
See Low APR Cards or No Credit sections.

If you mean prepaid secured cards, they are usually offered to students.
If you have already got a good credit score, see Good Credit section, the credit card offers there are mostly for unsecured credit cards.

All the Best,
Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service,
www.BestCreditOffers.com
August 21, 2006, 3:55 am
pls tell me how to check the value of super card
Could you tell more precisely which card you mean?

Best,
Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service,
www.BestCreditOffers.com
August 21, 2006, 2:44 am
LOOKING FOR AMEX OPTIMA SECURE CARD
American Express Optima and Optima Platinum we offer are both unsecured credit cards and are available for people with good or excellent credit.If you have a pooor or a fair credit, try applying for a secured card from Orchard Bank or First Premier Bank.

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Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service,
www.BestCreditOffers.com
August 17, 2006, 1:51 am
i draw social security every month i get 780 per month
560 points is poor credit score and you have 3 loans, not yet paid off. Maybe, you tried to apply for a credit card for a better score (that's why you were denied); maybe, the credit compane you applied to thinks your credit score is enough only for a secured credit card. You have two ways: to pay off all your loans and then apply for the credit card you want or to get a secured credit card (which in your case seems to be rebundant)

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Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service,
www.BestCreditOffers.com
August 8, 2006, 2:51 am
my credit score is zero.i would like to make it grow and build my credit.the problem is there are alot of cards and i dont know how to pick the right card.i make almost 30,000 dollers a year and have always paid with cash and i have only used checks for a couple of yrs .can you pick the best card for me?
Try getting a secured credit card. That would be the easiest way.
You deposit an amount in a bank for about a year, the bank issues you a credit card for the limit of the amount you've deposited. That's the best way to start building up your credit. Make sure you are never late on your payments and you'll make positive credit marks. So choose not so much the card as the bank - First Premier or Orchard Bank.

Good luck!
Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service,
www.BestCreditOffers.com
August 8, 2006, 2:24 am
My son is 23 yrs. old working in Beaufort, SC. He has no credit history and needs to establish credit. What is the easiest, less costly way to do this?
As I see, your son is no longer a student, however, he can apply for a credit card for No Credit History. This will help him establish a credit and there\'s no other way to make a fresh start. To apply online is the royal road to show himself. You can view credit cards for no credit in No Credit section.

Best Regards,
Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service,
www.BestCreditOffers.com.
August 8, 2006, 1:49 am
Is it hard to get approved by Discover card or American Express if you have poor credit history but have made all current credit card account payments on time for the past 6 months?
In fact, with a poor credit history you do not qualify for a Discover or American Express credit. They demand a good or an excellent credit history. To get these credit cards you are to improve your credit score to at least a good one. Check up your credit score, probably it went up?
At first, I recommend to apply for a Poor Credit Card or a Secured Credit Card and reestablish your credit.

All the best,
Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service,
www.BestCreditOffers.com
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