Things You Should Know When Applying for a Credit Card


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Things You Should Know When Applying for a Credit Card

When you apply for a credit card, the lender does a credit check to
how risky the extension of credit is going to be. There has to be a
standard of risk that the lender is going to be willing to accept.
Among the things you can count on being checked are your credit
history, income, job history, current debt, how long you’ve lived in
your residence, whether you own your own home, how many times you’ve
applied for credit, and possibly if you have tax liens or judgments
filed against you. All of these factors can be listed on your personal
credit report and along with your credit score (the numerical value of
your credit worthiness) the lender will determine if and how much
credit they want to extend to you.

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