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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Shelby, Mar 28, 2001.
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WHY DON'T YOU TRY THE TRAVELOCITY WORLD MASTERCARD FROM CITIBANK IT HAS TO BE EASY TO GET I WAS APPROVED FOR 5K AND I HAVE LOW FICO SCORE . ITS AT WWW.TRAVELOCITY.COM AND CLICK ON REWARDS ON THE BOTTOM THEN GO TO MASTERCARD. GOOD LUCK. I HAVE FRIENDS THAT JUST RECEIVED APPROVAL IN 30 SECONDS AND THEIR CREDIT IS BAD TO FAIR TO SAY THE LEAST.
I heard Target and Macy's were easy to get. When I first started out Hecht's gave me a charge card. The only credit I had was a Discover Card and an Associates Visa. Hope this helps.
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I think JCPenney is easy to qualify. It is because I got four charge-off accounts back in 98 and they still approved me a JCpenney card with $300 credit limit.By the way, they pulled credit report from Equifax.