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Who is BRNDSRC/CBNA?
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I just reviewed my report and I'm showing that I have a Credit Card through BRNDSRC/CBNA. Is anyone familiar with who this may be?

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Very late responce, but this looks to be associated with Citi Bank.

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This looks like an abbreviation for a Brand Source credit card or financing account. Have you ever had an account through this retailer?

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No

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Thank You for the asssistance.I don't know what other debts are not paid, If I appy for a Secured Credit Card to try and improve my Credit would I be approved ? I am using Prepaid Debit Cards now does that helpmy Credit in any way Please advise. Ghostleyfriend

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I don't know what other debts are still outstanding, Could I get a Secured Credit Casrd to start rebuilding my Credit. I am usind Prepaid Debit Cards now. Does that help.?

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