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ziperhapsem : If anyone know's if any Stussy shop or retailer has these can you please let me know? I am espeacially interested in the ''dice'' earrings, but any men's ones will do.

Thank you all in advance!
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FriendElizabeth : you overdraft on a netspend prepaid card. you overdraft on a netspend prepaid card
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LYxaasysyas : You can't overdraft a prepaid card. You load it and use the money and if you run low, you re load it.
It isn't a real bank account that has overdraft protection.

If you don't have enough funds to cover the transaction... the the card will be declined.
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Buyuielrkd : I want to have my own credit card . My parents won't let me use their, even though I pay them back. I want my own credit card. Do I need a parents permission!
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HXfernanda : Yea u do
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stemfft : How old are you and do you have a job
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Estatafarie : You must be 18 to legally contracts. No one will give you a credit card if you cannot be held liable for the terms of the contract.

The ONLY way you can get a credit card with your name on it, would be if your parent's added you to one of their existing credit cards as an authorized user. The card would have your name but be their account number and your parents would be completely liable for payment. Since your parents won't let you use their card, I suspect they ain't gonna add you as an authorized user.

If you are talking about a debit card which is attached to a bank account, minors need a parent or guardian to co-sign.

You might be able to buy one of those prepaid cards. Not all websites will accept them and they have all sorts of fees.
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dsyez007 : there are qualifications you must meet to get a credit card. age, income,credit history. do you meet all these? check for requirements at your bank
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meslefectra : No, but you do need other things that you don't have.

First, you need to be 18.

Second you need have a cosigner, a job, or proof of other income, or be 21.

Third, and most importantly, you need a history of having already had a credit card. Your first one ever in life can't be from Chase.
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Anyngeano : I am wanting to better my credit score and have a few unpaid accounts, not credit cards but doctor bills and utility bills. Will paying these off better my score?
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