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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? It may be possible to get a credit card regardless of your credit history. Below are cards from banks and credit card companies for people with less than perfect credit.

The following credit cards may be able to help 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 are fees associated with these credit cards and prepaid cards in addition to the annual fee. Please read the terms and conditions for each card when applying.

 
     

     
 
First Progress Platinum Select MasterCard® Secured Credit Card
First Progress Platinum Select MasterCard® Secured Credit Card

First Progress Platinum Select MasterCard® Secured Credit Card

 

  • Nationwide Program though not yet available in NY, IA, AR, or WI
  • Receive Your Card More Quickly with New Expedited Processing Option
  • No Credit History or Minimum Credit Score Required for Approval
  • Good for Car Rental, Hotels; Anywhere Credit Cards are Accepted!
  • Monthly Reporting to all 3 Major Credit Bureaus to Establish Credit History
  • Credit Line Secured by Your Fully-Refundable Deposit of $300 -- $2,000 Submitted with Application
  • Just Pay Off Your Balance and Receive Your Deposit Back at Any Time
  • 24/7 Online Access to Your Account
PurchasesBalance TransfersRegular APRAnnual FeeCredit Needed
Intro APRIntro PeriodIntro APRIntro Period
N/A
N/AN/AN/A14.99% (Variable)$39Bad Credit

First National Bank Secured Visa Card
First National Bank Secured Visa Card

First National Bank Secured Visa Card

 

  • Your stepping stone to credit that can grow with you.
  • You provide an upfront deposit - from $300 to $5,000 - and that sets your credit limit, subject to our credit approval.
  • How you use your card will reflect on your credit rating with the three major credit bureaus.
  • There is no charge for receiving your FICO® 8 Bankcard Score.
  • You could qualify for additional unsecured credit - without sending an additional deposit - in as few as 6 months.
  • As soon as 15 months after opening your account, you could be eligible to apply for an unsecured card from First National Bank — and get your deposit back!
  • Use your Kickstart Secured Card anywhere Visa credit cards are accepted.
PurchasesBalance TransfersRegular APRAnnual FeeCredit Needed
Intro APRIntro PeriodIntro APRIntro Period
N/A
N/AN/AN/A20.99% (Variable)$29N/A

 
     

     
 
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