Category: Business and Money > eCommerce
Asked by: remmybarry1uk-ga
List Price: $20.00
24 Nov 2006 21:45 PST
Expires: 24 Dec 2006 21:45 PST
Question ID: 785389
credit card for people with bad credit card in Uk only...
Re: Bad credit
Answered By: cynthia-ga on 25 Nov 2006 00:59 PST
Hi remmybarry1uk, I found several options for you. The best prospects are listed closest to the top. Capital One Classic Credit Card http://www.creditcardexpert.co.uk/capital-one-classic-credit-card-review.htm ..."The Capital One Classic credit card is very much a "credit builder" product for those who have poor credit history or credit problems in the past. It has no annual fee and offers credit limits up to £2,500. The interest rate is as expected higher than most credit cards at 24.9% APR but they do have an excellent reputation for being one of the best lenders in the poor credit sector..." Citibank Classic Credit Card http://www.creditcardexpert.co.uk/citibank-classic-credit-card-review.htm ..."The Citibank Classic Plus Visa is a fantastic value product considering the market it operates in. The standard rate of 21.9% APR is very near to the prices charged by mainstream high street banks. The amazing thing is they also offer a 0% balance transfer rate for 3 months, so any debt transferred will bear no interest for the first 3 months. You can get up to 8 weeks interest free credit and credit limits up to £3,000..." Associates Diamond Credit Card http://www.creditcardexpert.co.uk/associates-diamond-credit-card-review.htm ..."This card is ideal for those with less than perfect credit history, so if you have CCJ's or just general bad credit history and have been turned down for credit in the past this could be the perfect opportunity to get a card and start rebuilding your credit history..." Guide to UK credit cards http://www.uswitch.com/CreditCards/Credit-Card-UK.html ..."find out which card offers the right deal for you on uSwitch.com ..." Bad credit credit cards: http://www.uswitch.com/CreditCards/Bad-Credit-Credit-Cards.html?ref=scp%7eCreditCards%7eCredit-Card-UK&i=1 http://www.uswitch.com/CreditCards/CC_Output.aspx?ref=scp%7eCreditCards%7eCredit-Card-UK&SessionID=%2brvqyOiHMJu0vYYRIVtPb0a8db%2fxl4EB Also search here: http://www.moneysupermarket.com/cards/credit_card.asp These also allow adverse credit: http://www.moneyextra.com/compare/creditcards/ProductDetails.jsp;jsessionid=y9ZbRs4oZgGT4R2uzJ287w**.mst1?token=ad1b6adedddc61a19c62e726cadb15e3 http://www.moneyextra.com/compare/creditcards/ProductDetails.jsp;jsessionid=y9ZbRs4oZgGT4R2uzJ287w**.mst1?token=fdfe6cfca26c833db80a1789957459a1 http://www.moneyextra.com/compare/creditcards/ProductDetails.jsp;jsessionid=y9ZbRs4oZgGT4R2uzJ287w**.mst1?token=83e096115fcd8f711022b73024c246ca SECURED CREDIT CARD OPTIONS: http://www.bankrate.com/brm/rate/cc_ratehome.asp?web=brm&state=US&prodtype=cc&R1=1&card_type=Secured&card_class=All&max_recs=50 There's lots of options here, one is certain to work for you! Let me know if you want more options. ~~Cynthia "UK credit cards" "bad credit" compare
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