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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by teemoney, Jan 2, 2001.
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If you're having difficulty getting approved, I would try the Capital One secured card. The rates aren't bad for a secured card (19.8% APR, grace period, $39 annual fee). If you have to have an unsecured card, I recommend the Aria card. It's issued by Providian National Bank. They don't have the best rates (23.99% APR, no grace period, maybe an annual fee/processing fee--depends on what you qualify for), but it's easy to get. As long as you use the card (or any other card)responsibly, you should be fine. Check out some of the posts on this board. They're full of tips and tricks, personal experiences , etc. The folks on here are very helpful.
Good Luck! I'm sure others might want to add their recommendations.
Capital One secured is your best deal right now. The worst case, you'll get $200 limit for $99 deposit. Use the card for 3-4 months, then probably you'll qualify for a Providian Visa, unsecured... from there, sky is the limit. If you're carefull, in one year you'll be getting platinum cards and you'll have more than 10k total credit lines (that depends also on the income)