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    • A4445
    • By A4445 23rd Dec 17, 7:43 PM
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    Amazon Credit Builder Card
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    • 23rd Dec 17, 7:43 PM
    Amazon Credit Builder Card 23rd Dec 17 at 7:43 PM
    Amazon have introduced a new card. Amazon classic 29.9% APR it states credit builder card with 0% on purchases for 3 months. The website says they if you use the card, pay on time and stay within your credit limit, the card with be upgraded to the Platinum card after 12 months.
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    • dazzaofdagenham
    • By dazzaofdagenham 10th Jan 18, 9:08 AM
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    it's a credit builder card, there's a reason people are getting them and it's not because they have shown to be a good credit risk in the past, they have either had past problems or they have a sparse file, would you lend £500 to someone who has previously not paid it back or who hasn't shown they can manage debts yet.
    Originally posted by tastyhog

    Yup thatís me.....not proud of my credit past but things more on..

    Lesson learnt and this time all will be good
    • dazzaofdagenham
    • By dazzaofdagenham 26th Feb 18, 11:02 AM
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    Ok, 500 is a decent start limit.

    It will be just for petrol and shopping online...

    No intention of running a balance
    Originally posted by dazzaofdagenham
    At what stage do they start increasing credit limits ?
    • Gary_Dexter
    • By Gary_Dexter 26th Feb 18, 12:10 PM
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    If they operate the same as other New Day cards, then usually after the 4th or 5th statement, subject to status of course
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