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How to determine which of the recommended cards to take
Under 'my recommendations' it suggested one card so I applied. Then in 'credit cards' it recommended other cards.
Don't understand why one section would advise cards different thatn the other.

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Please realize that the "recommendations" are just ads.  No guarantee that you'll qualify for the cards they "recommend".  Just a way to keep this website free for us.

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Which credit card is right for you

As Addison said, they are just ads to help keep the site free.

When you are shopping for credit cards, you really have to think about what you need. Do you want rewards points? Cash back? Mileage? Low interest rates? Longer 0% APR timeframe? It really all boils down to what you need the credit for. Also, make sure other customers who have that card are happy with it... including customer service!

Good luck.

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