most credit card companies that lend to "Prime" consumers like to see a credit score of 650 or higher... any score over750 is considered excellent
i can only give you my opn **IT WOULD LOOK LIKE FOR SOME REASON like your credit card company lowered your limit do not do it. JUDE KAGABINES LEXINGTON SC
Some cash cards can be set to automatically be 'filled up' from your credit card, and others act just like prepaid or reloaded cards. Look into the card specifics to be sure.
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Your credit card statement whether online or in the mail is a good place to look for your billing address for your credit card.
First thing that you have to do is to repair your credit card history. Look for the things that can be fixed. Next thing is to review your current status. There are certain qualifications that credit card companies are requiring for people to have a bad credit card history to have a new credit card.
When one is looking for a credit card, and that person has no prior credit history, the most important things to look for are low interest and high insurance.
Several credit card companies like Capitol One are now offering services to customer who need a credit card but have a bad credit history. These service include the ability to obtain a prepaid credit card that works just like a normal credit card.
Start with a department store card. If you can't get that start with a "secured" credit card. It will build credit and allow you to apply for a regular credit card down the road.
Ehow.com has an article on how to apply for a credit card. Also check any credit card companies you want to apply for a credit card with and look at their rates before considering applying.
PLCC means Private Lable Credit Cards. Like Macys Credit Card or Walmart or Target Credit Card or Best Buy or Toys r Us credit card for example.
There are many places where you can compare credit card rates. A great one to look at is www.creditcardguide.com/credit-card-comparison
You can choose to get a credit card through your bank or through a credit card company. Either visit your bank in person, visit their website, or head to the website of a credit card company. Look for the best interest rates and a card that works for you.
There are many places which will offer you a credit card if you have bad credit. If you look on websites such as Money Saving Expert you can find information about this.
The last option on the credit card choices should say something like "No Credit Card "
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.
"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."
You should think about how good you are at paying off your credit card month to month when considering a credit card. If you pay off your credit card well, you can look at getting a rewards card of some kind. If you usually leave a balance, you should look for a card with a lower interest rate from Visa.
To find a security code on credit card you look at the 3 ### numbers by the singnatue
Um, it's usually supplies and good things you need. It's like a credit card but then a consumer credit card is not secured. So there's pretty much no difference between what you buy with a credit card and a consumer credit card. Except the consumer credit card is not secure.
If someone was looking to learn how to get a credit card with bad credit, they need to look into classes. Lots of places nationwide will give classes/courses to people with bad credit trying to get access to a credit card.
Yes closing a credit card can damage your credit score. But as long as everything else is good it should not affect you credit rating to much. Look for tips to keep a good credit card rating.
A "credit" card is a credit card.A prepaid credit card (secured) is not tied to a bank account and therefore while, like a debit card, you can only spend to the amount it has been loaded with (it will not provide credit), it is not a true debit card which IS linked into a bank account.
Do like I did - Just call Credit Card Company and state you can't find your credit card and would like it cancelled immediately and to send you a new one.
I prefer debit card but if you like the bank giving you money then paying it back then it credit card for you . If you have debit card is like your whole bank in your wallet :)