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    The offer seems very reasonable and potentially one of the better credit card offers I have seen for building or re-establish a good credit history.

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    What is a Credit Score?

    A credit score is a number generally between 300-850, based on a statistical analysis of a person's credit files. This score represents the credit worthiness of a person. A credit score is assigned to each individual, to rate how risky a borrower he or she is--the higher the score, the less risk the individual poses to creditors. In most cases, your credit score will determine whether you will be approved for a credit card.

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