The credit score needed for Mastercard varies by card. There are Mastercard credit card offers for people with credit scores ranging from bad to excellent, as well as applicants with limited or no credit. The credit score required for each Mastercard is up to the banks and credit unions that issue cards on the Mastercard … read full answernetwork.
Below, you can see what credit score is needed to get some of the most popular Mastercard credit cards on the market. If you don’t know what your score is, you can check your latest credit score for free on WalletHub.
Popular Mastercard Credit Cards by Credit Score Needed
That’s just a small sample of the many Mastercard credit cards available right now. No matter what your credit score is, you should be able to find a Mastercard that fits your needs. And it doesn’t hurt to check out credit cards from the other networks like Visa and American Express, too.
You can usually pay your Mastercard credit card online, over the phone, or in person. However, keep in mind that Mastercard is just a card network (like Visa) and doesn’t dictate payment options. The way you can pay your Mastercard credit card will depend on the issuer (like Chase or Capital One).… read full answer
Ways to pay your Mastercard credit card:
Through the issuer’s mobile app
Over the phone
In person at a branch location
You can easily find your payment options on your monthly bill or by calling the number on the back of your card.
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