www.Juniper.com with bank login and credit card info

Credit Card

If you have received a credit card offer from Juniper, then you will be instructed to go to www.juniper.com to setup your personal log in credentials and activate your card. The first thing you will see is Juniper is a subsidiary of Barkley Bank of England. Setting up your account is easy once you your card has been activated. Juniper Bank Credit Cards is considered a sub-prime lender to individuals whose credit scores may not allow them to qualify for a credit card with better interest rates. At www.juniper.com, their currents interest rates are higher than the cards offered to people with good credit. By offering a card to someone with less than pristine credit, they take a gamble on whether they will be re-paid which is why the higher interest rates.

In order to open our account at juniper.com, you will need to provide proof of identity. This is required by federal law of all banks and financial institution is the fight against terrorism. Juniper.com will ask for your full name, address, and date of birth. You may be asked to provide any other information that will offer proof that you are who you say you are. In addition, it is possible they will as for copies of these documents. If this happens, it will delay your approval until they receive and review those documents.

Juniper.com will obtain a current credit report in order to review your application for a credit card. Your approval is required in order for them to obtain a credit report. Once you have given them approval to proceed, the approval also applies to any future charges or change in your credit line. It is something to consider but it is necessary if you want to proceed with the application approval process.

Once you have been approved, sitting up your login requires three pieces of information. Juniper.com requires you to provide some security information about yourself. You only need to choose two security fields from the four choices available. You must know your mother’s maiden name, your social security number, date of birth, or your account number. Choose any two and then you can proceed to setup your login or your can use this information to find your account if you can’t remember your login credentials. If you are setting up your account for the first time, you can choose your own login name and password.


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