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Can I get a credit card without any credit history?


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2014-09-15 00:00:20
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You can get a credit card starting out with a small limit. If that still doesn't work look at getting a pre paid credit card to build credit. Bill payments on utilities are a great way to build credit.


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Yes you can. Everyone starts off at some point without a credit history, and there are options available for people who would like to get a credit card without any history of having one. They can start to build their credit history by applying for a secured credit card or applying for a joint credit card with someone who has an established credit history. The third option available to someone who has no credit history is to find a credit card issuer catering to first-time customers and offer student credit cards or bad credit credit cards or just plain and simple credit cards that are able to be approved for with little or no credit history.

Most credit card companies will offer a credit card for someone with no credit history. A few of them are capital one, any prepaid credit card and most banks. If you have no credit history the best way to go would be to go thru your bank.

You have not established any credit, such as a credit card, auto purchase so nothing is going to show on your credit history.

"Just like any other credit card, one can apply on line or at your bank and/or any bank. But just like any other credit card it depends on your credit history and there is no way to say whether or not you can get approved 100% on an APR credit card as the same standards apply to it as do to any credit card."

Obtaining any type of credible business credit card generally requires a good credit history.

When you don't have a credit history, it can be difficult and frustrating when trying to obtain a credit card or other type of loan. Establishing your initial credit history can be a Catch-22. If you don't have credit, not many places are willing to give you credit, yet how can you ever establish credit if nobody is willing to give you any.

Yes it will affect your chances for a virgin money credit card. This will happen becasue for any credit card that you are applying to you need a good enough credit score to qualify.

You still can own a credit card without credit or a poor credit score. Many companies will offer you a prepaid credit card. Simply make a deposit to the credit card company and begin charging on your new credit card up to the amount of your downpayment. Pay your balance like you normally would as with any regular credit card. In most cases, the credit card company will refund your downpayment after you have been in good standing for a certain period of time. You will continue to charge on your card, but it is now an unsecured line of credit.

In all likely hood it would be impossible to obtain a credit card of any kind without providing a social security card number. Without that item, a person's credit records cannot be accessed properly.

credit means where we purchase any product are any items without cash and pay cash with in time of the month debit card means the cash of in our account where we want withdraw any where any time and buy any thing cash no credit

Any legitimate job on the internet DOES NOT require you to have a credit card. Never pay a fee for any job, it's a scam.

No, using any credit card other than your own without consent is fraud.

You can contact any credit card issuing bank with a valid address, identity and income proof and request for issue of a credit card. If you do not have a credit history, the bank may give you a secure credit card which will be linked to a deposit account.

Credit card is available at any bank but you require a few things: 1. Even-though you can get your card legally by 18, it is of importance that you have a credit history. 2. It is possible for you to get a credit card before 18 but you need your parents consent.

READ YOUR CREDIT CARD AGREEMENT It is not credit card fraud. If you do not make payments on your credit card, it means you defaulted. If you maliciously obtained credit cards and charge up limits without any payments, it might be considered fraud

Credit card applications for students are the same as for any person and may be submitted to any major lending institution that offers credit cards. Because students tend to have few assets and/or a limited credit history it is not uncommon for them to be required to have a parent as a co-signer to the credit card.

Yes, everyone who has a credit card has a credit card number.

Yes. Any credit card that you associate with yourself will effect your credit. if you do well with the card then you will improve your credit. it is best to always be careful when using any credit card.

Obtain a credit card and use it. Store credit cards are available to use as well-- they're specific to that store, of course, but it can be used to build a credit history with purchases and such. Any major payments made will count towards that credit history.

If you have a credit card linked to your account then it will automatically charge your credit card if you do not have any money left on your balance from gift cards.

To build a credit history from having none is a difficult prospect but any website that offers you a pay in 90 days or similar offer establishes a credit history. Alternatively the bank you have your savings account at might offer you a lower maximum borrow limit credit card which you can then use to establish a credit history.

No, you may not see my credit card as I don't have any.

All you have to do is create the account and it automatically becomes what is call an Xbox Live Silver Account. You don't need any credit card or subscription card.

No, it is impossible to have a credit score without any credit history. But you should check to make sure. You might find lines of credit reported in your name that don't belong to you which is a potential indication of identity theft.

When applying for a credit card, the financial institute operates on a case by case basis depending on your credit score and payment history. If you previously owned a Lowe's credit card that was in good timing, you should not have any problems applying for a new one.

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