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Blaze MasterCard®
Consumer Reviews, Credit Score and Income Needed, Credit Limits

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Credit Score: 564 Credit Limit: 750 Age: 25-34
Approved 7 months after Bankruptcy
Income On Application: $45
Posted 07/17 2020
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Excellent card for building credit after bankruptcy, only applied because they sent an invitation.
 
Credit Score: 600 Credit Limit: 1500 Age: 35-44
Posted 11/20 2019
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Started with 600 then 6 months later raised its to 850 and just today another 250 = 1100 I have other cards too but no one else has increased my limits like these except Merrick Bank they have also done this kind of increase for me.

Capital One Mastercard 2 cards
both 500 limit

Credit One Bank Visa 2 cards
1 is 600 and the other 800 limit

Blaze 1100

Merrick 1100

First Savings Mastercard 350

Milestone Gold MasterCard 300
 
Credit Score: 572 Credit Limit: 350 Age: 35-44
Approved n/a after Bankruptcy
Posted 11/03 2018
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I got approved for a blaze unsecured mastercard with a score of 572...the only thing I don't like is the high apr, but if you pay in full, there is no interest...also, they offer soft pull cli's after 6 months, once you make a payment they immediately make the credit available, plus they make the min pay high enough so at least a good portion goes to the principle of your balance...the ann fee of 75 was high, but they will work with you to retain your business...for example, as a new customer I got a $25 credit, not a lot, but at least it was something...customer service has always been very good.
 
Credit Score: 582 Credit Limit: 1500 Age: 35-44
Approved 4 months after Bankruptcy
Income On Application: $75000
Posted 06/28 2018
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I took a chance and applied. I'm one month post-bankruptcy and am trying to rebuild my credit. I was surprised to be approved with a $1500 limit. Prior to filing bankruptcy, I had no late payment (until the month I actually filed) so I don't know if this is something taken into consideration in their algorithm. In any case, I'm grateful.
 
Credit Score: 570 Credit Limit: 2500 Age: 55-64
Income On Application: $100
Posted 06/17 2018
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great company
 
Credit Score: 698 Credit Limit: 750 Age: 55-64
Approved Discharged in March 2018 after Bankruptcy
Posted 06/02 2018
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I was approved for $750 today. I had a bankruptcy discharged back in March 2018. my credit score is between 698 and 700. Happy with the benefits and customer service.
 
Credit Score: 526 Credit Limit: 350 Age: 45-54
Income On Application: $35
Posted 11/04 2017
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I applied online for the Blaze card, never expecting to be approved. I was approved instantly with a score of 526 and given a limit of $350 with a $75 annual fee and 29% interest. I was approved on October 23rd (a Friday, I believe) and recieved the card on the 26th. The fee had already been charged and my statement came online on the 28th. I paid in full immediately, well before the due date. I also made two customer service calls - you have to go through quite a few prompts to get to an agent - but when you do it's a friendly and helpful English-speaking person. Only had the card a week or so but so far I've had a good experience with Blaze. I'm thankful they took a chance on me and I will be charging only about fifty dollars a month and paying in full as soon as I get my statement and will give it about 6 months of on-time/in full payments before I ask for an increase.
 
Credit Score: 620 Credit Limit: 1500 Age: 55-64
Income On Application: $88500
Posted 07/18 2017
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never had blaze credit card
 
Credit Score: 660 Credit Limit: 500 Age: 45-54
Approved Maybe around the year 2003 . after Bankruptcy
Income On Application: $9336
Posted 05/01 2017
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My credit score last I check was around 660 . The limits on one of my cards is 1000.00 . I believe customer service is excellent .
 
Credit Score: 574 Credit Limit: 300 Age: 35-44
Approved 1.5 years after Bankruptcy
Income On Application: $50000
Posted 01/09 2015
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I filed for BK7 due to medical bills. Am giving this a 5-star because they approved my application. I was actually quite surprised to see a pre-approved mail in my mailbox. I got a $300 and I am slowly trying to rebuild my credit.
 
Credit Score: 564 Credit Limit: 350 Age: 25-34
Approved 18 months after Bankruptcy
Posted 03/02 2014
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I was discharged from BK7 about 18 months ago and I got rid of $30k of credit card from issuers like Citi and Capital One (looks like I will be on their bad books for quite a while). A couple of weeks after the discharged, I applied and got approved for the Opensky secured card. After a year, I applied for Credit One and got approved. The annual fee I got was $75 and I got a $500 limit. After six months, I got a $200 limit increase. Then I got the pre-approved mail and decided to apply for the blaze. I got approved for $350 with a $75 fee.

I will be on gardening for a while and use these three cards to rebuild my credit.