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Secured Credit Cards

Have bad credit and want a credit card? There are several options available such as a secured credit card. A secured credit card is a great way for a person with bad or no credit to improve their credit. A savings account must be established for a person to open a secured credit card. After opening an account the bank, if approved, will offer a set credit limit usually equal to the deposit. Learn about the difference between a secured card versus an unsecured card, debit card or prepaid credit card. Withdrawing money out of the savings account may result in reduction or elimanation of credit line. For more information about secured credit cards please visit this website: Secured Credit Cards

Company Interest Rate Minimum & Maximum Deposit Intro Rate Credit Limit Grace Period Annual Fee

Capital Bank

Open Sky Secured Visa® Credit Card

APR+ 14.25%(prime + 11%) for both Purchases and Cash Advances Minimum: $200
Maximum: $3000
None Based on the amount of Deposit Funds 25 days $50
Online Application

*** These secured credit cards are options for people who want to rebuild their credit score or establish a good credit score. Secured credit cards should not be used to incur more debt. There are ways of changing your spending habits to avoid incurring more credit card debt. Learn and avoid the 10 causes of bankruptcy from credit card debt. For information on help with managing credit card debt read these articles: Managing Credit Card Debt.

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