In my last post: Credit cards for credit builders: what are your options? – Part 1, I talked about the option of being added as an authorized user to someone else’s credit card. Unfortunately for international students like me, this option rarely exists. The next best option is to try to obtain a credit card through your bank. Continue reading Credit cards for credit builders: what are your options? – Part 2
I have previously covered my experience with Bank of America (or BofA for short).
BofA is the issuer of my first credit card: I opened a secured card with them in early January, 2012; this card graduated into a regular credit card a little over a month ago. This is one of the best secured credit cards in the market, a point I explained in the linked thread. Continue reading Why Bank of America is awesome for building credit