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Gas cards are typically the easiest to get, often attracting those with little or no credit history.
Depending on the severity of your credit file, obtaining a gas card shouldn't be too large of an issue, though it is certainly no guarantee.
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i have an account with Chevron, and they are great. No annual fee's, you can pay them off every month, or pay a % of the balance (min amt due) all in all a great card, and company. I reccomend them. Another good card is Texaco. You can apply for both online. Good luck !
Exxon is pretty easy to get, you can apply online at get instant approval
I believe the Chevron credit builder card comes with an annual fee, while the regular card doesn't. Texaco, Chevron, and Shell all offered me preapproved cards once I started building a credit record.
While some gas cards require full payment each month, others allow easy minimum payments. Texaco and Shell require only 3% of the balance. Exxon requires 10%, and Chevron 20%. The first three are run by outside banks that seem to enjoy charging interest on unpiad balances.
I also have the Chevron card. They are great! I had a collection from 95' and they gave me a 400 limit. I have had them for over 3 months now and I am waiting to see if they are on any of my credit reports.
Sunoco only requires 1 positive report to issue it's basic card ($250.00 Limit).
Unfortunatly it doesn't report to the bureaus. You could get a manual insertion by getting the bureau to write to Sunoco.