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mapesmootte : http://www.creditcards.com/credit-cards/walmart-moneycard-visa-prepaid-card.php
that website says its an instant approval (i have no credit, which is why i was declined) but its saying they dont even run your credit, is that website lying, now im really confused as to why i was declined, also how long should i wait to re apply, im 20 btw, ill be 21 in may
no its def. approval, i can read, it says instant approval, no credit check

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lialpinsamy : What that means is "Instant decision". It's a misleading statement. Rather than having to submit an application and wait weeks for the decision to come in the mail, you get an instant decision.

It's not always an approval.
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fivefingerslf : Will that be a negative point? When I apply for new credit cards will they decline it with a reason
" Debt ratio high". I don't have that credit limit or balance i'm just curious though
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SkipSnuntee : it is not about your debt of $20,000 it is your credit limit that is more important,
if you have a $ 50,000 credit limit they assume you are in debt for that amount.
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uttentulp : As long as your debt is less than your credit limits, nothing will hamper you
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ImareeLaw : They also look at available credit and your's is $50,000 in total. Unless you are a multi-millionaire, I doubt that you would get another credit card.
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Amommagum : $15,000 would be too high.
According to myfico.com try never to use more than 30% of available credit limit.
This is when the score starts reducing.
For best credit, it is best to pay credit cards in full each month.
This develops fantastic credit (with time) and avoids interest.

More than 1/2 of credit card users pay in full each month.
Statistically, they hold the top credit scores out there.
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Willeke : Sometimes if the debt exceeds 35% of the available credit limit it will have a negative impact on your credit score. In other cases it might be 50%. The example you cite would be approaching the point where it will begin to have a negative effect.
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gooeeix : mostly depends on your income, if your income is high enough to afford the debt in the new lenders criteria okay. However carrying balances on CC always appears you spend more then you can pay
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anginaprinzen : Here is the problem:

Running on a particular treadmill you burn 3.9 calories per minute. Design a program that uses a loop to display the number of calories burned after 10,15, 20, 25, 30 minutes.

I appreciate any help I can get. Also, please don't use any specific language, just some simple pseudo code. Insight on how the flowchart should be made would also be nice. I know it's easy, but I'm having a hard time with this, thanks a lot!
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