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Answer Whated to check on a credit card that was approved about 8 or 9 days ago.
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You see, after you’ve applied for a credit card online and was approved you still have to wait for the card itself. It can take various periods of time before the card arrives to you, depending on the bank you’ve chosen, on your location and of course on the work of the post-office. Even if you are approved immediately (with instant approval cards), you can’t get the card through the Internet You can enter the official site of the bank by clicking the link "Apply" for the card at our site. In case you don't get an answer for a long time, contact the bank and clear out the situation there. Many banks also allow registered users to get information about their credit online. All the best, Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service
Answer instant use cards
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When you apply for a loan the decision can actually take various periods of time. The quickest way is to get an instant approval that usually takes only a few minutes. On our website you can look through the several variants of cards with the instant approval from Discover, American Express and Citibank. In some cases (but no always!) you can even start using your credit line immediately after getting an approval. If you get instant approval, bank can show you your credit card number and expiration date right away. So you will be able to shop online or by the phone with it. However you will not be able to go to the store because you won’t possess the plastic card itself. Also mind that you won't be able to use your whole credit limit before your card arrives for security reasons. Finally, it is significant that there are no issuers that will guarantee you that. Some customers get this option and some don’t, probably for security reasons. All the best, Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service
Answer I'm really confused. I need $3000 for some dental work. But now I see that you also have balance transferes, etc. But it is confusing. Can some one help me choose the best one for me. My credit is good. I would like to find somethng with no transfer fee, and a low or no interest rate.
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A credit card balance transfer implies reallocating your debt from high rate card to a better one. The main aim of it is to save money, because the majority of lenders offer no annual fee, no extra fees, 0% introductory APR on balance transfers for a period from 6 to 15 months. Besides, it is also possible to consolidate debt from more than one card. At our site you can find the best balance transfer cards applications that will help you solve the problem of debt. Their terms differ, and it is difficult to guide you to any particular offer, as it all depends on your desires and requirements. If you want something without balance transfer fees you can pay your attention to IN:NYC Card from American Express or Blue from American Express®. Mind however that the intro period on these deals are less that on other ones. So, the best way is to compare all 0% balance transfer cards options properly, choose one that suits you most, fill the application and submit it online. All the best, Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service
Answer Do you know any credit card that will provide me the card number at once when im approved because i need it for my paypa. i mean i dont have to wait for the card on mail just to know the card number and the security code
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When you submit an application online the approval can actually take various periods of time. The fastest way is to get an instant approval that generally requires only a few minutes. On out site you can look through the several offers with the instant approval from Discover, American Express and Citibank. In some cases but not always you get an opportunity to start using the money immediately after getting an approval. If you get instant approval, bank can show you your credit card number and expiration date right away. So you will be able to shop online or by the phone with it. Also mind even if you receive the number you won't be able to use your whole credit limit before your card arrives for security reasons. Finally, it must be noticed that there are no cards that will guarantee you that. Some customers get this option, but not all, probably for security reasons. All the best, Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service
Answer im a high school student under 18, what are my options
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If you are not 18 yet you don't have the right to get a card. However if you wish to build up your credit history you can do the following. Ask your parents to open a savings and a checking account in your name, if they haven't done it yet. This is essential as it proves your financial independence and ability to deal with money. You can also become an authorized user of one or more of their credit cards. In this case the cardholders will be your parents but you will be able to use the credit limit. Try to keep the balances on them as low as possible, as all the information (both positive and negative) will be reflected in your report. Another way is to draw the so-called co-signer, that is a person who will be responsible if you don't pay off your bills on time. But mind that in this case too all the negative information will hit your report and damage your score. If you use your cards properly your credit history will be good and in time you'll be eligible for the best credit cards. All the best, Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service
Answer I would like to do a balance transfer and am considaring your card as an option, can you tell me as I'am un-clear what the % rate is on monthly payments?
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If you are eager to cut down your debt and to save money, application for a balance trasfer card is a fine way to go. Such cards allow you to transfer your balance from a card with higher rate to a better one. Most of them offer 0% intro APR for a period from 6 to 12 months and no annual fee. Look at the page on our site devoted to balance transfer cards. There you can find detailed information about several of them from Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express and other credit card companies. The lowest % APR is offered by Discover (10,99%). Nevertheless, read all the information about terms and amount of payments on each card carefully and make a choice according to your needs. All the best, Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service
Answer My credit score is according to my bank 678, is this poor or fair, I know is not good or excellent, I also have 2 cards with Capitol One that have 500 and $2,500 balances on it, and one with Wahington Mutual that has $3,200. I would like to find a good low rate for the life of the transfer or even better 0 interest for the life of the transfer balance, do you think with my score I can get something like this?.. and who?....or which card?.. Tks
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First of all it is important to get your score not only from one bureau, but from all three of them. It is essential because credit companies generally look at the lowest score, not at the highest one. If your lowest score amounts to 678 it falls into the "good credit" category (660-749). If you wish to consolidate your debt on one card you may turn to the so-called balance transfer cards. These cards allow you to reallocate your debt to one card with lower rate. Most of them offer 0% intro APR for a period from 6 to 12 months and no annual fee. Balance transfer cards are available for people with good credit, so you can apply for one of them. Compare the offers on our site, read all the information concerning terms and amount of payments and then choose the card that satisfies your needs.All the best, Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service
Answer Is APR [annual percent rate] a porcent payment to me?
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Have I to pay that to card company?

Sincerely

henrik
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APR is the annual percentage rate on a credit card. In other words, it is the amount you will pay in interest charges per year. So, it can be defined as the cost of credit as a yearly rate. The APR that you have to pay to the credit company may vary due to several factors. If you have a good or excellent credit score, you will probably be offered one of the best credit cards with a low APR. However, if you are applying for your first card or have a bad credit history, your APR will be much higher. Remember, that the APR is not the rate on your loan. It is a value created according to a special formula intended to reflect the true annual cost of borrowing, expressed as a percentage. So a loan with a lower APR is not necessarily of a better rate. However the APR is generally used as a starting point to compare loans.
Answer I would like to know, how can I get a credit card. I have very poor credit. If you can, please give me some advise or a list of credit card I can start with.
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First of all you should turn to the three credit bureaus - Equifax, Experian and Transunion -and request your reports. Check your reports attentively for any mistakes or misleading information. If there are any, ask the bureaus to correct them immediately. After that learn your credit score. If your score is poor (350-619), you must choose among the cards for bad credit. There are several variants of them on our web-site. Read all the details, fully understand all the terms and then choose the one that satisfies your needs and requirements. Another way to go is to turn to the so-called secured credit card. To receive one you'll have to open a deposit that will serve as a guarantee of your ability to pay. When you choose the card that suits you most just fill the required form and submit it online. After getting an approval, visit the bank and receive your card.
Answer im under age how would i apply for a credit card
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To tell you the truth to be approved for any of online bank credit card applications we offer, you should be at least 18 years old. Nonetheless, teens can get or, to more precise, get access to credit cards. Most state laws demand, you must be 18 years old (a young adult) to obtain your own credit card and be held responsible for repaying the debt, because minors are not allowed to enter into a binding contract. And if you' card credit BODY payments.
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