What do I put for my income when I apply for my student credit card Watch

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I'm currently in a bit of financial situation and have decided to apply for a student credit card in order to help me out in the short term as I am positive I can pay back the money I borrowed. However I am currently in the process of applying for a credit card but am unsure what I should put for my income, I currently get my student loan and I have a part-time job to aid my studies. However, I am unsure whether I should put my wage at my part-time job for the income section or what I get from SFE or do I put both?

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(Original post by C_Jthedj77)
Hi,

I'm currently in a bit of financial situation and have decided to apply for a student credit card in order to help me out in the short term as I am positive I can pay back the money I borrowed. However I am currently in the process of applying for a credit card but am unsure what I should put for my income, I currently get my student loan and I have a part-time job to aid my studies. However, I am unsure whether I should put my wage at my part-time job for the income section or what I get from SFE or do I put both?

thank you
Have you already used a student overdraft? You ll have to check with the bank but most would only count income from jobs.
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Have you already used a student overdraft? You ll have to check with the bank but most would only count income from jobs.
Yes, I've already used it this is my final option. I've currently applied for a Capital One Credit Builder and I've put my income as a mix of my current income and my student loan
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Yes, I've already used it this is my final option. I've currently applied for a Capital One Credit Builder and I've put my income as a mix of my current income and my student loan
Does your university do bridging or hardship loans? Capital one is a card marketed at lower income but it is a high rate so be sure you ve exhausted your other options first.
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