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[26 Nov 2019 | No Comment | 2,452 views]
Credit Score Needed for a Limited Brand Store Credit Card

The Limited Brand Credit Card comes in two versions, The Limited Brand Classic credit card, and The Couture Card. Both cards are administered by Financial Network National Bank (WFNNB) for customers of the apparel store, the first of which opened in Ohio in 1963. The store has grown to include well known names such as Victoria’s Secret, Abercrombie & Fitch, Bath & Body Works, Lane Bryant, and New York & Co under their corporate umbrella.

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[23 Nov 2019 | No Comment | 3,736 views]
Subprime Credit Card Issuer First Premier Bank APR is 79.9%

It’s no mistake, this credit card’s interest rate is 79.9 percent. The bloated annual percentage rate is how First Premier Bank, a subprime credit card issuer, is skirting new regulations intended to curb abusive practices in the industry. It’s a strategy other sub-prime card issuers could start adopting to get around the new rules.

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[23 Nov 2019 | One Comment | 3,876 views]
1-800-860-0644 is Portfolio Recovery Associates

Portfolio Recover Associates is a collection agency who claims their communication is an attempt to collect a debt.

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[20 Nov 2019 | No Comment | 2,117 views]
Authorized User and Piggybacking a Credit Card

If you’ve been piggybacking on someones credit card as an authorized user for a while, you may wonder if you should bother to get your own credit card. It isn’t necessarily required, but it’s a good idea. Read on to find out what it means to be an authorized user and why you should apply for your own credit card when you can.

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[18 Nov 2019 | No Comment | 2,518 views]
Should You Open a Store Credit Card on Black Friday?

Black Friday has become known for terrific sales to kick off the holiday shopping season. If you visit some stores this Black Friday, a store clerk will likely ask you, “Would you like to save X% by opening a credit card account?”