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Registered: ‎11-17-2012

Best credit card for my situation

My fico is 680 I have 1 loan on my report for $2,550 that was paid in full 5 years ago no late payments. I have 1 store credit card with $650 credit limit and $24.00 charged on it, this account is less than 3 month old and of course  this account has no late payments. 

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Registered: ‎11-16-2012

Re: Best credit card for my situation

I don't have a lot of experience like other people here... But you should try with Discover I think.
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Registered: ‎08-13-2012

Re: Best credit card for my situation

  1. Amex charge card Green , Gold or Pl
  2. Credit Union.
  3. Discover.
  4. Chase or City. 

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