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Katrina

Katrina

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Location: Atlanta, GA


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Subject: Secured Credit Card Comparison Chart
 
Posted on Sat Jul 31, 2010 7:34 pm  

I have been working on a few articles on secured credit cards and during my research I created a spread sheet of the cards I have been working with.

I thought those here on the forums and other working on rebuilding their credit would find it beneficial, so I have uploaded the chart to 4shared.com

For those interested you can down load the file here:

Secured Credit Card Comparison Chart.xls - "http://www.4shared.com/document/_nZnNM0K/Secured_Credit_Card_Comparis on.html".

It is in Excel (2003) format and is read only - but can be sorted. Feedback is always welcome.

[the link has been de linked as per forum rules]
Aaron

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Subject: secured credit card compariosn chart
 
Posted on Mon Aug 02, 2010 7:42 am  

Hi Katrina,

Thanks for sharing the information Smile

Regards,

Aaron
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Posted on Sat Aug 31, 2013 1:13 pm  

You can start building your cerdit when you're 18 (in the USA at least). You increase your cerdit score by not going over your cerdit limits, paying on time, and not carrying a balance on revolving lines of cerdit (like a cerdit card).Edit: You used to be able to be added to another person's cerdit card and that would begin your cerdit history, and yes that could be done at a young age. But FICO does not take into account authorized user accounts any more, so you can't do that any more.
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Posted on Tue Aug 05, 2014 3:16 am  

DBj4dw Hey, thanks for the blog article.Much thanks again. Cool.
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Subject: About CSI!
 
Posted on Sun Jul 24, 2016 10:34 pm  

Hi! I was wondering whats the website to apply for the CSI secured Business Mastercard?
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