The bankruptcy attorneys at Craft Law Offices are here to help walk you through the bankruptcy process. We offer free consultations in person, online, or over the phone, to help you decide if filing for bankruptcy is the right decision for you. We also care about helping you to rebuild a new and brighter financial future if you do decide to file for bankruptcy.
One of the most important things you can do after you file for bankruptcy is to start rebuilding your credit. In order to so, it’s important to pay all of your bills on time and to avoid accruing any additional debt.
If you’re interested in applying for a credit card after you file for bankruptcy, it’s important to keep a few things in mind. First, don’t fall into the trap of relying on your credit card to pay for things; use your credit card sparingly and always make your monthly payments on time. Secondly, do some research to find the credit card that works best for your unique financial situation.
Wallet Hub compiled a list of some of the best credit cards for people who have filed for bankruptcy. Here are some of the cards that made their list:
- They rated Capital One Mastercard as their best overall secured credit card. With no annual fees and a buildable credit line, it is a great way to responsibly rebuild your credit after bankruptcy.
- Wallet Hub also gave OpenSky credit cards high markings for those who are looking for a credit card after bankruptcy. Since OpenSky does not require credit checks and it allows you to rebuild your credit quickly, it’s an ideal option for those looking to create a fresh financial start.
- Another member of Wallet Hub’s list is Green Dot Primor credit card. With reasonable interest rates and no penalty rates, it’s a great card to get you started on your road towards a better credit score.
For bankruptcy attorneys who care about your financial past, present, and future, give us a call at Craft Law Offices in Greenville, NC.