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    • julian Bradshaw
    • By julian Bradshaw 11th Jul 17, 7:05 PM
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    Best Credit Card 11th Jul 17 at 7:05 PM
    I have not had a credit card before i am 26 and earn very well, i have no significant dept, i have started to travel abroad with work and think it's about time i get a credit card, what would you recommend? thanks
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    Try an eligibility checker.

    Failing that, your own bank, or a sub prime card. Aqua advance or rewards would be appropriate with no forex fees.

    i have no significant dept,
    Originally posted by julian Bradshaw
    When you say you don't have a significant department - do you mean you have some debt? What sort? How much?
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