The Arkansas Attorney General`s office sued an Oklahoma company today, saying the company had sold blank credit card applications to Arkansans. The state said Credit Now Incorporated of Tulsa, Oklahoma, sold the applications for 149 dollars each. The office named the company and owner Edwin M. Harris in the lawsuit. It says 99 Arkansans were defrauded after they responded to a radio advertisement offering unsecured credit cards with minimal requirements. The attorney general`s office said all the people received was a blank application that are easily obtained for free. The state seeks restitution and civil penalties. It said Credit Now never had the authority to issue credit cards and did not provide assistance to the customers after sending them the forms.