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New Card! Help!
Okay guys, I need a new card other than my secured one which has under 10% utilization. I still only have fair credit 655 TU. What unsecured card would most likely accept me? I have no derogatory marks, but just a thin file at this point, but have been denied by discover and chase, so what are my options?

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I applied for the dallas cowboys card which CK said I had a good chance of getting, but I got denied. Anything you guys recommend? I'm ok with a high interest rate if that helps!

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Try your local banks. If you have direct deposit from your work, you should have a good chance of getting a starter credit card from one of their credit card programs. Ask around, not every bank offers it.

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I did. The only thing I was offered was a secured card through the bank I'm already at for $500. I already have one, so thats useless.

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