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Please let me know the best cards for my daughter

and wife to apply for as both have absolutely no credit

established.Thank You in advance.

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Can you add them as an AU to any of your good accounts?

 

Is your daughter a student? If so have her look into student cards?

 

If not maybe start with a secured card.

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Crown Jewelers requires no credit check and will start reporting in about 3 months. Easy card to get with no previous credit

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Crown Jewelers requires no credit check and will start reporting in about 3 months. Easy card to get with no previous credit

 

I thought Crown Jewelers stopped reporting to the CRAs a few months ago.

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Crown Jewelers requires no credit check and will start reporting in about 3 months. Easy card to get with no previous credit

 

I thought Crown Jewelers stopped reporting to the CRAs a few months ago.

 

I'm on their site and it says they report within 6 months. Not sure though, I havent activated my card with them

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Crown Jewelers requires no credit check and will start reporting in about 3 months. Easy card to get with no previous credit

 

I thought Crown Jewelers stopped reporting to the CRAs a few months ago.

 

I'm on their site and it says they report within 6 months. Not sure though, I havent activated my card with them

 

Cards don't have to be activated to report.

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Please let me know the best cards for my daughter

and wife to apply for as both have absolutely no credit

established.Thank You in advance.

Do they have a checking or savings account? And with whom? That may be a good place to start.

 

Secured cards are easy way to get first card? Are they willing to put down a deposit?

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