My personal opinion about the credit card subject

Sem M Philippe - June 5 2016, 10:28 PM

Hello Woodring, I am happy to share my personal opinion about the credit card subject.

From my experiences, it is based on the individual credit rating.

I mean how one pays his or her bills.

If she doesn't have bad debt report, pays her bills on time, I think she will be able to get approved for a certain amount of credit.

Sometimes it starts from a minimum.

As long as one pays the bills regularly on time the credit will be increased.

Since working for bank is considered creditable in Haiti, she is probably more qualified than someone else.

I hope that help.

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