Rebuilding Credit with Secured Credit Cards 6/5/14

A great tip for those who want to start building good credit is opening a secured credit card. Your credit limit is set by the money you decide to deposit. It’s a great way to build new credit, if you don’t have one or you are not qualified for an unsecured credit cart. As always we advice you do not exceed 10-20 percent of your limit. Visit the links below for more information:

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