Best Credit Card FAQs
Want to know how much I was approved for my card?
If you applied for a credit card and want to know what credit limit will be, then call the credit card issuer directly. Remember credit limits are determined by credit card issuers depending on your creditworthiness. The higher your credit score, the better chance you have of getting a high credit limit. The average starting [...]Continue »
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Can you help me get a new card?
You can use our credit card-related tool to find the credit card that is right for you. But first get your credit card reports and find out what your credit scores with Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion are.Continue »
Our free online tool will help you find a credit card that will meet your needs faster, so, use it. Bear in mind that your possible credit card issuer will look at your credit score, payment history, debts, income, and more. Choose a credit card you really need and that you are likely to qualify [...]Continue »
I am looking for a credit card that can help me to pay some of my bills. I have been ill, and my daughter did not take care of them. I have COPD it is a lung disease and I am on oxygen 23/7. I am permanently disabled and receive SSI. Could you please help me? I am looking for a credit card with 0 to low annual fees.
When you apply for a credit card, your credit card issuer looks at your income to pay it back and your credit score including your payment history. If your income is steady there is a chance you will get approved for credit you will be able to afford. Bear in mind the worse your credit [...]Continue »
What is the status of my application and how much is the limit?
To know the status of your application, please call your credit card issuer directly or visit your issuer’s official website and follow the instructions given. Keep all the related information handy. As for your limit, you will be informed of the amount upon approval.Continue »
Can I get a credit card?
Check your credit report and credit score. These will determine whether or not you qualify for a credit card, and if you do, your credit amount and interest rate. At BestCreditOffers.com review the credit cards available for your credit score and credit history. Compare annual fees, interest rates, late fees, any benefits and rewards. Decide [...]Continue »
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