do u have a credit card that allready ha money on it that we may aply for

Answered on May 21, 2011
Updated on May 21, 2011
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Regular credit cards are all about extending credit to cardholders. When you are approved for a credit card your credit card issuer determines your credit line, that is money you can borrow, based on your credit information, in particular your credit and creditworthiness. So, take a closer look at the credit cards for your credit displayed at our web site, compare the cards side by side and apply online.
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