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Does pos on a check card give you a credit balance?


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2010-02-04 14:46:21
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No. You can call up phone banking or use your card at an ATM to check the balance.

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Related Questions has an excellent credit card repayment calculator for you to try out! it will give you an estimate of how long it will take you to pay off your credit card balance.

Not usually, but if you have really bad credit, there are a few institutions that will give you a credit card if you have an account with them. The kicker is that you must maintain a balance in the account that is equal to the credit limit on the card.

Yes it can. A secured credit card is for people who is trying to rebuild their credit or has been denied credit in the past. Most of the time a secure credit card is money that you set aside to give to the creditor as collateral which is $300. Then once approve which is most of the time, the creditor will give you a secured credit card in which you try to use it and pay either the minimum due or the entire balance. If you do not pay any balance, the company that has your collateral will keep the $300.

Before you transfer your balance, read the fine print on your credit card agreement. Some agreements charge fees for balance transfers. After you have read the agreement and understand the possible charges you may face, gather all the necessary information about the card you want to transfer the balance from, call (or perhaps go online) the credit card company you wish to transfer your balance to, give them all the necessary information, and transfer your balance.

You can check is by calling the customer care service, but it is gross and unethical, how does being a wife give you authority to check his credit card or anything for that matter, if you cannot earn money then you can ASK him but checking his credit card is spying and theft.

I too could not find a way to check the balance of my AutoZone gift card. I was able to call their rewards number at 800-741-9179. Give them the 16 digit card number and they will be able to tell you the balance.

You have to give PayPal a credit card number and a checking account number when you register with them. PayPal will charge your credit card if you have a zero balance.

No credit card company will give you a credit card without a regular income, as they need to know that you have the means to repay whatever you borrow

No. Using debit cards is like writing a check electronically. If you have overdrawn your account, however, it will count against you if you don't pay it back immediately. If you are having a hard time getting a credit card to build up your credit score, you can get a secured card from your bank. You give them anywhere from $100 to $___ and they give you a credit card with that amount on it. You use it just like a credit card. PAY IT BACK and it will give you good score marks on your credit.

You can qualify for a home depot credit card it really depends on your credit card and your credit history which they will run before they give you the card

Typical credit cards are unsecured credit cards. If you have no credit history, you cannot get an unsecured card. Instead, you must apply for a secured credit card. It works kind of like a savings account. Say you give them $300 then they give you a credit card with a $300 limit.

vanquis is basicly a credit card company that will give you a credit card regardless of your credit score. you will be able to get a credit card and will allow you to get a better credit score

No. Credit card companies will not give to people who have no income.

Very good question. Simply call the phone number one of your credit cards and give them the credit card number of the other card you want to pay. For example, say you want to pay your SEARS card balance with your VISA credit card. Call VISA and tell them you want to make a transfer to your SEARS account. Provide VISA with the SEARS account numbers-They will do it for you. It doesn't take long. It can be done over the phone. Good luck!~

Credit Karma will give you your scores from all 3 credit reporting agencies and they do it for free with no credit card needed. It is a great way to check up on your credit score and information.

ANSWER Paying your debts in a timely manner doesn't give your credit score best results !!!! Crazy isn't it ! This is called your balance-to-limit-ratio and counts for 30% of your credit score. In order to get best result you have to keep your balances at least 70% away from your limits.

Are you stupid or something? No ones going to give you their credit card information.

It would not come standard on the check. The only way is to order your checks, and request that it be printed on. This would also give access to your credit card number to any cashier, banker, or other person that handled your check. It may be a security risk.

Yes home depot does have a credit card. But it does depend how your credit score and your credit history on if you can actuallly get a home depot credit card

Credit card companies have different requirements and qualifications. If you don't have enough proof that you can pay any loan that you will make through your credit card, your application will not be granted.

i need to cancel my Koh;s credit card.

How can handle the credit and debit cards. and how to open account give answer

Credit card companies give you 30 days to pay off the minimum balance on the card. Every 30 days, a payment is due until the full balance on the card is paid off. But if the balance is $3000.00, the credit card gives you as much time as you need t pay it. However, make sure that you at least make the minimum payment every month, so that your interest rate won't go up. Plus, this way, you will avoid paying higher finance charges as well.

You don't necessarily need credit to get a credit card, it's bad credit that they don't want to give you a credit card. If you have a cell phone bill, or utility bill or pay rent, you should have some kind of credit.

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