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How can a person find a good credit union offering credit cards to join to improve their credit?

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Answer #1 | 05/01 2014 14:07
Start with a list of credit unions serving your local area via the search page at MyCreditUnion.gov, an official web site of the National Credit Union Administration: http://www.mycreditunion.gov/about-credit-unions/Pages/How-to-Find-a-Credit-Union-in-Your-Area.aspx Each credit union serves a specific group of people or geographical area, so check to make sure you fit the criteria. But once you're in, it's just like a regular bank. They offer banking, credit and debit cards, nationwide ATM access, loans, and so on. Fees and interest rates will vary so it still pays to shop around. As for improving your credit, remember a credit union is so named because it serves a community (the 'union' in the name). It doesn't offer any special advantages over a regular bank for helping your consumer credit rating.
Answer #2 | 05/01 2014 21:45
The phone book, then call them. Maybe see a newspaper or TV ad. >> You can also get a secured cc through your bank. Using it wisely is how you improve your credit. {as well as car loans, personal loans, mortgage}

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