10-19-2009 09:16 AM
10-19-2009 09:39 AM
10-19-2009 09:41 AM
if i had to start over, i'd start with a CU cc >>> then app major bank after about 6mos - 1year.
I agree, or you could apply with the bank you have your accounts with.
10-19-2009 09:42 AM
Then you should avoid HSBC, they're unlikely to give him a card that will grow with his credit, CapOne probably wont either, low initail CL and higher IR,
Tell him to look into a secured card thru Addison Ave Credit Union, it looks like a good product to start with,
10-19-2009 10:19 AM
My brother got approved for an AmEx Green with nothing on his credit report.
I assume he didn't have any FICO scores? When was this?
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