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credit card without social security

is anabody knows can i get chase fdreedsom or discover or citi cards without social security number

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Re: credit card without social security

perhaps with a Tax ID number...

 

maybe a bit off topic, why don't you have or don't want to use a SSN?? 

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Re: credit card without social security

i dont have social i got tax id number  but some banks doesnt wanna give credit card with tax id number  like citi once i applied for secured card they declined me

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umut wrote:

is anabody knows can i get chase fdreedsom or discover or citi cards without social security number


Personal Credit Card? No...

 

and +1 why no Social?

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Re: credit card without social security

Some people with Visa(government) either for school or work or as a spouse do not have SSNs. They are assigned with Tax ID numbers

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Re: credit card without social security

yes personal credit card social  is after three months  but i got boa  and cap 1 credit cards with tax id number  but i m not sure with chase or discover

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Creditaddict wrote:

umut wrote:

is anabody knows can i get chase fdreedsom or discover or citi cards without social security number


Personal Credit Card? No...

 

and +2 why no Social?


 

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Re: credit card without social security

you can apply with chase with a tax id number

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probably the best is if i got more then 680 credit score  before i apply  for freedom right

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Re: credit card without social security

How old are those other credit cards? In my recent experiance, they are sensitive to recently opened credit cards. I was denied partially due to recent new credit which were a CLI few weeks before, and a new CC back in 02/2011.

 

Unless you tell us your credit profile, we cannot give you a better answer but I think its safer to apply after your FICO is 700+

 

What makes the Freedom so attractive to you?

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