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Does having two credit cards from the same company impact your credit?
I'm working on rebuilding my credit. Due to medical and job situation when i was younger my credit sunk to 564. Now that I have a great job and good income i've been working on fixing my credit. 7 month ago I got approve for a capital one secure card with a credit line of $200.00. After using the card and making all payments on time they increase my credit line to $500.00. Now my credit score is 610TU and 637EQ. I want to increase my credit score more and I would like to get a second credit card. I'm getting offers from Capital One Quick Silver Rewards card. Does anyone know if having two credit line from the same bank would make a positive or negative impact on my credit?

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As far aa I know, having two credit lines from the same bank or lender shoudn't affect your credit any differently than having accounts from several different banks.

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