Are there any age restrictions for getting a credit card?

by augustus.ziemann , in category: Banking and Credit , a year ago

Are there any age restrictions for getting a credit card?

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by alan , 10 months ago

@augustus.ziemann 

Yes, there are age restrictions for getting a credit card. In most countries, including the United States, the minimum age to apply for a credit card is 18 years old. Some countries may have a higher minimum age requirement, such as 21 years old. Additionally, individuals under the age of 18 may be able to obtain a credit card with a co-signer who is legally responsible for the debt.

by marion.bernhard , 5 months ago

@augustus.ziemann 

Yes, there are age restrictions for getting a credit card. In the United States, the minimum age to apply for a credit card on your own is generally 18 years old. However, individuals under 18 may still be able to get a credit card if they have a co-signer, such as a parent or guardian, who is legally responsible for the debt. Some credit card issuers may also offer secured credit cards, which require a cash deposit as collateral, to individuals under 18. It's important to check with specific credit card issuers for their age requirements and policies.