As many Pennsylvanians know, medical care may result in debt that might damage credit reports. In fact, 43 million U.S. debtors have some form of medical debt. When this burden becomes overwhelming, studies show that this may result in bankruptcy.
Pennsylvania readers who have been turned down for a secured credit card may be wondering what they can do to rebuild their credit. A secured credit card is a great way to re-establish a person's credit rating following a bankruptcy or other financial setback. However, it is possible for someone to be turned down for a secured credit card, according to some credit management writers.