Milestone Credit Card does not have a sign-up bonus or any ongoing rewards. The main benefits of having the Milestone Credit Card are that it offers zero liability protection and reports monthly to the credit bureaus.
Unfortunately, you cannot get a Milestone Credit Card credit limit increase. The card’s website clearly states that “there is not a credit limit increase program at this time”.
If your Milestone Credit Card’s credit limit isn’t enough to satisfy your needs, you could get a secured credit card. This way, you would be able to reduce the cost of improving your credit score enough to qualify for a card with a higher spending limit.… read full answer
The main Milestone Credit Card requirements are that an applicant must be at least 18 years old with a valid Social Security number. Applicants must also have a physical U.S. address, enough income to make monthly minimum payments, and at least bad credit.
Proof of enough income to make the monthly minimum payment
Social Security number
Bad credit or better
If you apply for the Milestone Credit Card, it’s important that you enter all required information completely and accurately. Knowingly reporting false or misleading information on a credit card application is a federal crime.
You can get a Milestone credit card cash advance at any ATM if you have your cash advance PIN. If you don't, you can get a PIN by calling 800-958-2556.
Keep in mind that credit card cash advances aren't a good idea. Even though the Milestone credit card has a 0% cash advance fee for the first year, the cash advance APR is 29.9% and it begins accruing immediately.… read full answer
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