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I am discharged from bankruptcy, what credit card will help me rebuild my credit back?

Answered on June 12, 2015

When the bankruptcy is discharged, you can start rebuilding your credit with the help of a secured credit card. Secured cards are reported to the major credit bureaus monthly and this is the main requirement when you build or rebuild your credit. So, if you want to improve fast, you should make all monthly payments with all your creditors and use only 30% of your available credit. To get a secured credit card, you will need to put down at least a minimum security deposit which is usually around $200. The deposit is usually refundable and you will get it back when the card is paid off and closed.

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