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There’s been a lot of talk lately about how Millennials are dealing with their finances more responsibly than previous generations – avoiding debt, checking their credit scores, and even saving for homes. But for young people who don’t have great credit and live paycheck-to-paycheck, it’s a different story.
For folks who struggle with money, being approved for a credit card has long proved a challenge. And now a new study shows that 72% of Americans with nonprime credit scores are unable to charge $500 to a credit card in case of emergency.
When you are looking for a new way to financing, you might want to consider a personal loan instead of a credit card. Personal loan can be an inexpensive way to consolidate debts, cover an emergency or to build some credit. The reason these loans are popular among consumers is that loan terms and rates are low, the application process is relatively quick and easy and the borrower doesn’t have to put anything in pledge.
Getting rejected for a credit card is always frustrating especially if you are on hard times. However, many banks have a credit card application reconsideration line you can call to talk out your case.
Walmart, the America’s largest retailer, and Green Dot Corp. announced the rollout of GoBank, a checking account product available to almost anyone over 18 who passes an ID check. The accounts will be available nationwide by the end of October.
A lot of people are using credit cards nowadays. Ones find credit cards necessary to build credit history. The others cannot imagine their lives without credit cards. Many things like renting a car, booking a hotel room and even every day purchases are thought next to impossible without a valid credit card. But what to […]
Everybody makes mistakes whether due to confusion or carelessness. And credit card mistakes are the worst and too common ones. Even a tiny slip-up may cause tremendous fallout which can result in lower credit limits, higher interest rates and unwanted fees or may affect your credit score. It’s up to you to use your credit […]
When it comes to increasing a credit score, you’ve probably done the good citizen routine well. You pay on time, try to raze the entire balance every month and never close too many accounts at once. Beyond the basics, though, people don’t understand what goes into a credit score. Many consumers are still unaware of […]