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A Guide to Rebuilding Bad Credit with Secured Credit Cards

March 13th, 2019 · No Comments · Credit Cards, Credit Rebuild, Credit Repair, Prepaid Cards

Having a good credit score is not only crucial for making large purchases for things such as homes, vehicles, and high-end appliances, but it’s also necessary to obtain low-interest loans, employment at specific companies, and some residential renting approvals. Essentially, secured credit cards offer a way for individuals with unestablished or poor credit scores to […]

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CareCredit: What You Need to Know About This Healthcare Credit Card

January 9th, 2018 · 1 Comment · Credit Cards

Whether you need it now for a medical emergency or you’d like to have it on hand just in case, CareCredit can be a helpful credit card, especially with its deferred interest options. And you don’t need excellent credit to get it, meaning it can be a good way to not only finance health-related expenses, but also a good way to repair your credit score. That said, it’s important to understand what’s in the fine print or it could be costly. Get the facts about how CareCredit’s deferred interest financing works, where you can use CareCredit, what you can use it for, and more.

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Pre-Screened Credit Card Offers: What You Need to Know

May 30th, 2017 · No Comments · Credit Cards

Whether your credit is good or bad, it feels good to receive a pre-screened credit card offer. That little surprise in your mailbox that says, “Congratulations! You’re pre-approved.” It can also be annoying, though, watching all of these unsolicited offers pile up. Besides that, what does pre-approval really mean? And is applying for one of these offers really the best way to build better credit? Get answers to these questions (and more) about pre-screened credit card offers.

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