Card Brand
Visa®
Product Type
Secured
Credit Recommended
Good/Limited/No Credit
Regular APR
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Annual Fee
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Credit Line
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Offer Overview

  • Upon credit approval, choose your initial collateral deposit between $200 and $1000; your credit limit will equal the collateral deposit amount.
  • After the first year, you can request to increase the credit limit up to a maximum of $5,000 (subject to credit approval and additional collateral deposits).
  • This card is perfect for people new to credit as well as people looking to rebuild their credit.
  • Reports monthly to all three major credit bureaus.
  • Build or rebuild your credit with responsible use.
  • 24/7 online account center.
  • A minimum collateral deposit of $200 is required to open this account.

At a Glance

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