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Never Open a Department Store Card

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Rondi Lambeth, host of Your Credit Matters, talks about why you should never open up a department store credit card. There are many stores, like Victoria’s Secrets, that offer a department store card in exchange for a discount on future purchases. However, opening up one of these cards will absolutely kill your credit score. Learn more about why having a department store will actually hurt you.

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