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can't get discorver IT CREDIT CARD?
I WAS TURNED DOWN BY DISCORVER IT CARD. ALL BECAUSE
I DON'THAVE AJOB OR ANY INCOME. AND MY CREDIT SCORE
DOESN'T HELP. WHAT CAN I DO?

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1) get a job

2) re apply for a easier card ie: capital one (they will give anyone with a pulse a card even if you work at mcdonald's)

3) re see 1 because without 1 you can't even get a credit card with the easiet company capital one 

FYI: Discover is for people with scores of 680+ minimum Capital one is more of your speed once you get a job at Mcdonalds all you need is a 550 and once you get that you can build your score up from there and apply for a Discover card again in 1 year 

Also you say you have credit but obviously its not that good so try cleaning it up paying down debt is a good place to start ANY job can help with that Don't be too proud to flip burgers a pay check is a pay check

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