10-06-2013 02:59 AM
10-06-2013 04:12 AM
10-06-2013 09:42 AM
10-06-2013 09:55 AM - edited 10-06-2013 09:56 AM
I was just approved for my first credit card (Cap1 Platinum MC) in the past 8 years. The last time I checked my score was around March and it was around 640. Since then I have been making payments on 2 loans both on time. I'm assuming I am still in the mid to high 600s. Should I apply for another card to help boost my score? If so what would I be the most likely to be approved for. Thanks in advance.
Welcome to the forum
A lot more info is needed as one poster stated need to pull CR's
INQ's in the last year?
What type of loans/TL's do you have now?
What type of cards are you looking for cash back/ travel?
Do yu shop at Walmart?
How old is the CAP1?
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