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All I want is a credit card with a 1500.00 dollar limit no one will approve me, what should I do to change my credit, someone did steel my ID a long time ago.

Answered on January 23, 2012

When looking for a credit card, choose one by your actual credit. Check your credit reports from Equifax, Experian, or TransUnion for errors and if you find some, negotiate them. After that ask for your updated credit scores and turn to credit cards for your particular situation. You are welcome to look through the unsecured credit cards for any credit rating on our website. It seems you are talking about bad credit. If so, pay your attention to bad credit credit cards we offer and apply online. If you are turned down for that unsecured credit card, your credit card issuer will give you a reason in writing. If you are approved but not satisfied with the card’s credit terms and conditions, your further responsible behavior towards that credit card can improve them. Please bear in mind that once you are denied for an unsecured credit card within your credit category, don’t rush into new applications but think, take actions needed or consider other options you can afford.

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