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Need a credit card to rebuild credit
I do not have a checking nor savings account is there still help for me

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Not having a checking or savings account does not preclude you from getting a credit card, however, it is the first sign of managing money.   It is the first sign that you would make payments and how you would make the payments.  Most credit applications ask if you have one, they do not ask where it is or how much is in the accounts.   I'd suggest you look to one of the reputable secured card that you can locate from a search here on Cedit Karma.   I recommend USAA or Capital One.   They have a yearly fee, however, they do not have monthly maintenance fees.   Capital one may charge a nomimal amount of and allow a higher limit.  IE: $49 for a $300 limit.  The more you can put into the account, the higher your credit limit would be.  After a period of time, you will find that they increase your credit limit which helps your score.   Stay away from any secure card that has a monthly charge!

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