You will need to give them your address, full name, social security number, credit history, etc. to fill out a credit card application. Some you can fill out online.
No. Credit bureaus go by social security numbers.
No. I have no idea where you would have got this notion. Social Security cards are not credit cards and cannot be used as credit cards.
Yes. Obtaining a new social security number is no guarantee that your credit history will not follow you.
No. Applying for a credit card you must be a United States citizen. They varify this among other things with your social security number. To have a social security number you must be a citizen. All credit card issuers request your social security number and if you don't give it they will not give you credit. No. Applying for a credit card you must be a United States citizen. They varify this among other things with your social security number. To have a social security number you must be a citizen. All credit card issuers request your social security number and if you don't give it they will not give you credit.
You would not need a social security card but you do need a social security number. All those who have credit have a legal right to have a free credit report one time annually from all credit bureaus. You can request them at other times if you are denied credit as well.
No, they can not garnishee your Social Security payments.
Your credit score is linked to your social security number, not your driver's license. You may only have one social security number.
You cannot get a credit card in the US with US credit card companies unless you have a social security number. Since Canadian residents don't have US social security numbers, they do not have access to US credit companies credit cards.
No, because many people have the same last 4 digits of their Social Security Number, so the last 4 digits don't identify one particular person. The first 3 digits of your Social Security Number identify the region, state and city of where you applied for and received your Social Security card, and therefore (in the USA) all 9 digits would be necessary to identify any one person for a credit application.
Sometimes, yes. While many items on your credit report are tied to your social security number, some entities, such as courts and collection agencies can report information to the three major credit bureaus without having to know the customer's social security number.
Yes. The business providing the car loan must run a credit check and that requires a social security number. While giving a retailer your social security number is optional, it isn't when trying to obtain credit.
The answer is 'No". Social Security benefits are to help those on retirement with help for everyday living costs, like food and/or rent. They do not help with credit debts.
No. Only courts (judges) can garnish wages or social security benefits.
asking for your social security number
Credit bureaus and lenders use more than just your social security card or number to verify credit information. You may want to place a fraud alert on your credit profile but I won't be too concern. Colleges post grades via social number.
Yes, someone on the social security can be able to cosign for a loan. The person cosigning the loan however has to have good credit regardless of his availability on the social security benefit.
Social Security is important today because it prevents the applications in which the President can take from a Credit Card Holder. A Social Security holds one's identity and cannot be replaced.
== == NO, you have to turn in any credit cards and include the credit card debts in the bankruptcy. You can't pick and choose what debts you are going to include.
Open a credit account, steal their identity, keep your social security number as safe as you can.
Persons over 65 who have 40 quarters of credit for Social Security contributions, or receiving disability Social Security benefits.
Social security and retirment benefits cannot be attached by a judgement from creditors.
yes you have to in every credit card company.
Many people think you cannot get a credit report without a Social Security number. However, yes you can, with a TIN # or name and address that supposedly has bad results, but YES.