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Hi to all on this forums!It is nice sharing a common goal and reading the stories along the way!!My question is; If the link on scorewatch gives suggstions for different credit cards that can be purchased based on scores, then are these an actual list of almost 100% sure bet situations? I have a score of 670 on scorewatch and the link is giving me 50 cards to choose from, with one popping up on the top of each new page.I need o get a second card to raise my utilization.I am afraid to apply for one of these cards because I do not want to get rejected and have a hit on my report. What does everyone think about this?
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