CRA's in the US, report the credit history of transactions made only in the US. Therefore credit history from Another Country would not show up on a report in the US. This does not prevent a prospective creditor from requiring confirmation of the person's previous credit history.
For a credit card simply collataroled in another country - boy...
go to another country
No, not in the sense that a person can be legally pursued or have credit denied due to the credit history in another country. However, if the person has had credit problems with a bank that has locations in another country, they can be denied banking privileges at that institution, which may create other problems
They can't do anything if you are out of the country where you ot the credit cardI got a Canadian credit card and used the money, left the country, came to India and didnt pay anything.....this has happend before 2 years and i applied for US visa and got it.
No it is not, you would have to create another account for another country and have a gift card/credit card for that country.
If a co signer can qualify with their credit, they can be from another country. They generally have to be present in order to co sign a loan, however.
You could try with PayPal
the letter of credit is opened only for one business with a certain amount
NO! Not if you have paid the credit off before you get another one. Or if you are paying one credit card off with another, you can only do that so much befor it will hurt your cerdit.
No. Credit reports do not transfer across international lines. This includes Canada to US as well.
A foreign tax credit is a credit for anyone who has worked in another country. Foreign trade credit is an insurance against currency changes for businesses that sell products to foreign countries.