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I am on disability and need to re-build my credit w/ a credit card. Any ideas of any credit cards?
Under terms & conditions on Capitol One, they excluded those who collect disability?

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well with no info on your credit... such as current credit score, cards you may already have and any badies I would check Capital one pre qual and see if they are offering you anything. Otherwise you may have to start with a secured card.

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Disability income is not a disqualifier, but your total income and your payment record may be the main keys as to what card you may get.  I am on disability, and have done quite well after rebuilding my credit. Several credit cards and a new car loan.  If you haven't already read the articles on this site, please do.  They were a big help to me.

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