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Re: Secured card for a 1 1/2 years.. Should i open a another credit card?

Income is very important for Amex. If you declare your parents income you should be able to get any card you want, but otherwise you won't stand much chance I'm afraid.
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Re: Secured card for a 1 1/2 years.. Should i open a another credit card?

then i shall wait until i have a job for the Amex. BoA, i hope i won't have a problem. about to do that right now.

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Re: Secured card for a 1 1/2 years.. Should i open a another credit card?


h0t0ny wrote:

then i shall wait until i have a job for the Amex. BoA, i hope i won't have a problem. about to do that right now.


good luck and keep us updated!


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Re: Secured card for a 1 1/2 years.. Should i open a another credit card?

Good luck!
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Re: Secured card for a 1 1/2 years.. Should i open a another credit card?

your best bet is to apply for college cards.

 

normal credit cards require some form of income and certain lenders might FR you to ask for proof.

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