Can a 17 year old get a credit card in the UK?
Does a 17 year old's credit rating increase if he cosigns a credit card with a parent. Does it matter if he is primary or the cosigner?
Are parents responsible for debts their 17-year-old has accrued after they moved out of their parents' home in the state of Michigan?
Here are opinions and answers from FAQ Farmers: * Yes, if the minor has been legally emancipated therefore allowing him or her to enter into financial contracts. * No, if the credit was obtained by fraudulent means, if that were the case, the minor would have a more serious problem to deal with than a bad credit score.
A 17 year old is not able to enter into a contractual agreement for a CC, even with a cosigner. Sorry, but that's the law. Teenagers below age 18 can get a pre-paid Visa card, also known as the Buxx Card. More info on Buxx Visa can be obtained ator by contacting Bank of America or CapitalOne. Think long and very hard before you apply for credit cards at ANY age! They can be a…