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What fico score should I have to qualify for aarp card?
Sadly, we don’t have any information about credit history required to be eligible for AARP credit card.Continue »
You can choose one of the credit cards for limited credit to make your credit profile better. Or you can consider secured credit card. Some card offers have no annual fee and pretty nice rewards programs. Thus, you may save more money than spent on the security deposit. For example, you can apply for the […]Continue »
I have no credit and looking to build credit. What can you offer?
You can apply for a secured credit card like the Discover it® Secured, you won’t pay annual fee at all. Also, you will earn up to 2% cash back at restaurants and gas stations and 1% cash back on all other purchases. By the way, Discover matches all cash back you’ve earned first year. So, […]Continue »
If you do not have any credit history, you should consider credit cards for people with limited or no credit history. We recommend you consider secured credit cards. Don’t worry about security deposit as it is refundable. Also, some secured cards have rewards programs that allow you earn cash back on your purchases that may […]Continue »
If you are looking for a credit card as a first step to building your credit profile, remember, there are several key features you want to have in your first credit card. First of all, you want to ensure that the card you are applying for is reporting all of your credit activity to major […]Continue »
Credit cards like Phillips 66 credit card are usually offered to people with established credit. So, we don’t recommend you to apply for this card while you do not have any established credit. Also, this card has a pretty high interest rate, which is pretty standard for such cards. We would not recommend someone without […]Continue »
Can I apply to a Mid America credit card if I have no credit?
Mid America Bank & Trust Company credit cards can be useful for people with no credit history. You may be approved even if your credit score is under the 600 score range. After you will submit your application, response will be provided to you in seconds. This opportunity does not come without a price though. […]Continue »
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