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Got bad credit? Sometimes it can’t be avoided. Sometimes it can. Either way, if your credit score’s in the dumps, that doesn’t mean you don’t have options

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Got bad credit? Sometimes it can’t be avoided. Sometimes it can. Either way, if your credit score’s in the dumps, that doesn’t mean you don’t have options. You can still get a car, a job, a place to live, a piece of plastic. And while you work on rebuilding your financial reputation, CreditCards.com has assembled a slew of stories to help you get by in the meantime. Just click on topic box of your interest, which will take you to some invaluable advice about getting by when you have bad credit.

 

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13.91%
Airline
15.48%
Cash Back
16.09%
Reward
15.82%
Student
16.12%

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