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Dwedebeledima : Just want to use Business Established Credit with Tax ID

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FLUENCECOVELD : No someone must submit their personal info and credit history even if it is the CEO of the company
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vialueree : I applied for about 10 different credit cards out of desperation. If I still want a credit card and get my parent with 800 credit score to co sign, will I still get denied?
That's what I want is a secured credit card. But I want some hope to still get a credit card.

I do have a job but I'm afraid of getting denied when going to the bank for a secured credit card because of too many hard inquires
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Fecregree : Before applying for a credit card, you should have assessed your credit profile and the likelihood that you would have received a credit card. If you already had a low score, your chances of getting a card is low to begin with. Each of your applications, whether approved or not, lowered your score further - probably to the point that not even a co-signer will be of any help.

Your co-signer should know or be told that if they do co-sign, they are on the hook for the balance and charges on the card until one of two things happens: 1) the balance is paid off and the account is closed, or 2) hell freezes over. Even if you die, the co-signer is still on the hook for the card balance. Your co-signer should do their own research - they must know the pitfalls of co-signing.
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ugg675o : You must be at least 21 for a CC (special exceptions like being fifthly rich to start with do apply) must have over 18K income for more the one year or a parent co signer which if they want to help far better to add you to their existing CC as the age of the account will help you more then a new card, they can control your spending do not have to give you card to help your credit, and they know the bill is paid or not so their credit is not screwed up if you screw up.

This answer is not popular but I am one of the few with over 800 CS and this is how I and everyone like me started. Best cheapest way to establish credit is a secured bank loan pay off over 7 months and repeat until you can get an unsecured one. Getting a CC to start your file is not only stupid because even if you get one the limit will be so low you will cause more harm then good using it is stupid because until you have practice paying debts CC offer to much freedom
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xmentalistem : As of February 2010, you have to be 21 and employed at least 12/18 months without a co-signer. I suggest you wait at least 6 months or so before you apply again. If your parents are willing to put up $500 to get the secured credit card, that would be the best way to go. It should be used for small items only and pay the balance the following month.
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BadBobbiehui : Hey,

is there a way to design a link that you can send through mail, chat or other service to identify who clicked on them?

I read couple weeks ago that one of the people identified that way that Microsoft was "clicking" on links sent through skype. I just want to test the same method for surveillance reasons in my country.

So what would be an easiest way to design such a link? (I am not a web programmer, I have very little technical knowledge of software programming, very little)

Thank you in advance.
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DjoMalyshev : var numbers = new Array();
var myTotal = 0;

function getNumbers(){

for (i=0; i<3; i++)
{
numbers[i] = prompt("Please enter a number!");
}


}

getNumbers();


var myTotal = 0;

for(var i=0, len=numbers.length; i<len; i++){
myTotal += numbers[i][1];
}

console.log(myTotal);
alert("The sum of a,b, and c is " + myTotal);
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Shietlewappal : Numbers is a 1 dimensional array so don't add two subscript like numbers[I][1]
Try just numbers[I]
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Idearigeoge : I love increments too!.
var myTotal="" ;
if you want it to return XYZ... but if you want them to sum them.....

try myTotal = parseInt(numbers[i])
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