Credit Cards for People with Limited or Average Credit
A person with a limited or average credit may have not enough record of active credit on their credit report. You may either have your own credit card or other credit for less than 3 years, which is common for students, new immigrants or authorized users on someone else’s credit card. Or you may have defaulted on a loan in the past 5 years.
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