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trying to rebuild credit which credit company is reasonable to apply?

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There is no company that can rebuild your credit for you.  You need to use credit wisely and gradually build more credit over time.  Utilize the tools and information on this site to help you plan and make wise decisions.  Also, check all three credit reports annually so you can get errors corrected and wrong information deleted.  That information is also on this site to help you learn.

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What is your situation?That is the key to deciding which card best suits your needs. If your a student try a student card, if your a frequent shopper at a certain store get that stores credit card, and if you have baddies on your record like collections and bankruptcy on your file then the best route is to get a secured credit card. But be careful read reviews very carefully as even some store cards or secured cards are not automaticly approved. The one bank that has given alot of love is capital one,both with regular cards and retail credit cards they back good luck.

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