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Credit Cards for people with no credit

Credit Cards for people with no credit

  1. AvGeek

    What cards would you recommend to a college student with no credit history? I’m looking at the Amex EveryDay, but am wondering if that card needs good credit history. Thanks!

  2. Gaurav

    [USER=356]@AvGeek[/USER] I would focus on any card that doesn’t have any annual fees and that you can hold for a long time. This will help boost your credit scores and help you in the long term. In addition to the everyday I would look at the Chase freedom and any free Citi card that earns thank you points because all three of those will earn valuable currencies that can be transferred to airline miles in the future. Make sure you are aware of the new policies Chase has around cards that earn UR points and apply accordingly.

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