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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Amber1024, Jul 19, 2001.
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Your first card?? Get the MBNA!!
For Sure The MBNA...!!!!
Go for both,their only credit cards,and as long as you pay them off monthly, that will help you build your credit.
What makes you say MBNA over the other? Just curious.
My MBNA student card was the third card that I got, and the only problem that I have with them is that there credit line increases do not come like clockwork - you have to request them. I don't think it is that hard to get when you are in school because I didn't have credit for even six months when I received it. I have a friend that has had it throughout her 4 years in school, and now that she is graduating, out of the blue, they moved her up to a platinum MBNA alumni card - the same design, but a little nicer with a 1000 increase.
No contest MBNA hands down. Bigger lines, more teaser rate offers and lower rates.
MBNA is a lot classier than Cap One.