No, you cannot get the U.S. Bank Altitude Go card with a cosigner. In fact, most major card issuers have stopped allowing cosigners on credit card applications.
However, primary U.S. Bank Altitude Go cardholders can add authorized users, and these additional cardholders will be able to make purchases using the card. That said, the primary cardholder is still responsible for all purchases charged to the account.
If your credit score is in the bad range and you would rather have your own credit card account, you could consider applying for one of the best secured cards on the market. These cards offer better approval odds than most unsecured credit cards, so it’s less likely that you’ll need a cosigner to get approved.
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