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how long after denial for a card should i wait to apply for another

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without giving us more info ie: your current CK score its hard to point you in the right direction.....but Capital One will pretty much give anyone a card that has a pulse they just are horrid at raise CL once you go past 6 months but to just get a card EASY for a low tier like the Quicksilver Mastercard....average credit with a $39 annual fee with 1.5% cash back so spend just $2600 a year aand the cashback pays for the annual fee.....and as far as applying for another card if you've only applied for 1 apply for a 2nd card RIGHT AWAY and if your score is say 650 apply for a card with 620 average or lower to improve your chances but after the 2nd card if you get rejected STOP for 6 months and try again because if you look apply for to much in a short period you look desperate and companies think your credit hungry and they deny you regardless

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