What department store credit cards for bad credit would be easy to get? I read the Kohl's review and it sounds tough to get. I don't know much about the upscale credit cards for department stores like Bloomingdales and Nordstrom but I bet those are very unfriendly to bad credit and having a BK. Are smaller, regional department store credit cards easier to get approved for then the big national chains or is it the other way around?
Right now the Sears card sounds the most promising from the credit card reviews I have read. Not the Mastercard but the credit card that is for in-store only. On the Sears website this is listed as the first benefit Learn how to improve your score and I take that as a sign it's for people with bad credit. Would that be the department store credit card that would be most easy to get?
In addition to department store credit cards for bad credit, I would suggest you try this sponsored tool out to see if you pre-qualify for any Visa or MasterCard affiliated cards (which are better to have). Checking uses a soft credit pull only and those do not hurt your credit score.
I applied for a department store offer thinking it would be easy and I was flat out denied. What's up with that. The cards suck why is the approval so strict. Arent there any that will approve someone with poor credit?
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