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[28 Sep 2021 | No Comment | 2,675 views]
Nordstrom Credit Score Needed for Store Credit Card

Nordstrom is a popular department store that offers a traditional department store card. This card has special perks, as cardholders are privy to special discounts, deals and sales that non-cardholders do not qualify for. It also makes department store purchases convenient and easy to budget for.

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[25 Sep 2021 | No Comment | 4,318 views]
Credit Score Needed for Gap Store Credit Card

The Gap Credit Card is issued by GE Money Bank (GEMB) for Gap customers. Cardholders can enjoy benefits such as notice of advance sales, discounts, and online account access. Gap Credit Cards can be used at Gap affiliates including Old Navy, Banana Republic, Piperlime, and Athleta. Members can manage their credit card account information anytime using the online account system. Online access allows card-members to review balances, make payments, check rewards, add authorized users, and receive paperless statements.

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[23 Sep 2021 | One Comment | 3,319 views]
If I Don’t Pay Child Support, can my Credit Score be Damaged?

Watch out delinquent parents, your credit history can be checked by agencies that enforce child support payments. While the inquiry itself will not count on your credit report, failing to make your court-ordered child support payment can.

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[22 Sep 2021 | No Comment | 3,548 views]
Credit Score Needed for Abercrombie & Fitch Store Credit Card

Abercrombie & Fitch focuses on casual wear for young consumers and Abercrombie & Fitch is known for its production of “high-end” or “near-luxury” products. Though their prices are generally higher than other casual wear retailers, the chain offers an in-store credit card to make their products readily available.

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[22 Sep 2021 | One Comment | 3,250 views]
How Often do Credit and FICO Scores get Updated From the Credit Bureaus?

Credit reporting bureaus continually update credit reports as they receive information from lenders. Your credit score may change with these updates as lenders add new information to your credit report but also as old information drops off your report. How updates affect your credit score can depend on your overall credit history.