It was cancelled because of lack of interest." This is INCORRECT.
A semicolon, rather than a comma, should be used to link these two complete sentences:* "We were supposed to go to the dance last night; however, it was cancelled because of lack of interest." This is CORRECT.
It should be noted that there ARE situations in which you can use a comma instead of a semi-colon:* "The match at Wimbledon, however, continued despite the bad weather." This is CORRECT.
There is only one complete sentence in this example.
Did you recently apply for a credit card only to be turned down because of your credit rating?
There are many reasons your credit rating can drop, and not all of them are under your control.
Maybe you recently were out of a job for a few months or even longer, or perhaps you went through a foreclosure or a divorce that cost you your financial stability.
Now that you are getting back on your feet, though, and you have a reliable income, you may very well find yourself in want of a credit card.
In fact, getting a credit card and paying off on your credit card bill regularly and reliably is one of the best things you can do to fix your credit. How do you get a credit card to repair your credit when your credit is too low to qualify you in the first place?
Here are 5 tips to help you get a credit card in Australia, even if your credit rating has dropped.
If your credit rating is bad because of a one-time misfortune, as opposed to a habit of paying late (or not paying at all), you are a far more viable investment than a customer who simply does not care about paying his bills.
See if you can provide an explanation on your credit report.