I’m new to this credit card concept and all talk about credit, bonus, rewards and APR, late payments and credit build up. How can l know l apply for the right card?
Updated on July 31, 2014
The most important thing when you choose a credit card is your credit score. When you know your credit score you can easily choose the card you most likely will be approved for. So, check your credit reports to find out your credit score. When you choose a credit card, check the APRs and fees the card has. Think of how you are going to use your card. If it is only for occasional use, a credit card without annual fee would be a good choice. Pay the balance on the card in full before the due day and you won’t be charged any interest. You can use our card finder tool to see what credit cards you can apply.
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