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Cards For People With Bad Credit

 

Need a credit card but cannot get approved because of bad credit or no credit history? Below are credit card offers from our partner banks and credit card companies for people with less than perfect credit.

You may be able to build, rebuild, or re-establish your credit history if you make on time minimum payments with all of your creditors and keep account balances low relative to the credit limit. There may be fees associated with these credit cards and prepaid cards in addition to the annual fee. Please read the terms and conditions for the card offer when applying.

 
     

     
 
USAA Secured Card® American Express® Card
USAA Secured Card® American Express® Card

USAA Secured Card® American Express® Card

 

  • USAA Bank products are only available to military members, veterans who have received an Honorable discharge, and their eligible family members.
  • It's a real credit card - not a prepaid or debit card, that helps you build or improve your credit score.
  • When you apply - you'll also be opening a USAA 2-year Certificate of Deposit (CD), an interest-earning deposit account that has a two-year term and a $250-minimum initial deposit.
  • Your CD is a security deposit - the money you put in upfront, from $250 to $5,000, is the card's credit limit.
  • Earn interest on your CD - your deposit is guaranteed to grow. Plus the money is yours to keep as long as you don't default on your payments.
  • Start building your credit - opening a CD lets you get a credit card even if you don't have a credit history or have bad credit.
PurchasesBalance TransfersRegular APRAnnual FeeCredit Needed
Intro APRIntro PeriodIntro APRIntro Period
N/A
N/AN/AN/A9.90%-19.90% (Variable)$35Bad Credit

USAA Secured Card® Platinum MasterCard®
USAA Secured Card® Platinum MasterCard®

USAA Secured Card® Platinum MasterCard®

 

  • USAA Bank products are only available to military members, veterans who have received an Honorable discharge, and their eligible family members.
  • It's a real credit card - not a prepaid or debit card, that helps you build or improve your credit score.
  • When you apply - you'll also be opening a USAA 2-year Certificate of Deposit (CD), an interest-earning deposit account that has a two-year term and a $250-minimum initial deposit.
  • Your CD is a security deposit - the money you put in upfront, from $250 to $5,000, is the card's credit limit.
  • Earn interest on your CD - your deposit is guaranteed to grow. Plus the money is yours to keep as long as you don't default on your payments.
  • Start building your credit - opening a CD lets you get a credit card even if you don't have a credit history or have bad credit.
PurchasesBalance TransfersRegular APRAnnual FeeCredit Needed
Intro APRIntro PeriodIntro APRIntro Period
N/A
N/AN/AN/A9.90%-19.90% (Variable)$35Bad Credit

 
     

     
 
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