ATLANTA - Compucredit Corp. said it has signed a marketing agreement with FleetBoston Financial Corp. that will let it offer credit cards to people who do not meet Fleet's lending criteria.Under the agreement, people rejected when they apply for Fleet credit cards would become eligible to get a prescreened offer for Compucredit's Aspire Visa, which is targeted to the subprime market.

David Hanna, chief executive officer at Compucredit, said the company will use its proprietary decision-making technology to choose consumers it deems creditworthy from those rejected by Fleet.

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