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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Greg, Mar 14, 2001.
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If you are in a credit union, check it first. You probably won't get more than your security deposit for a credit limit, but the rates should be better and there might not be an annual fee. My credit union will issue a fully secured Visa without pulling a credit report. It has no annual fee, a 11.2% interest rate and reports to all 3 CRAs.
I also have a FCNB MasterCard, which is pretty good as well (though there is an annual fee and a higher interest rate). You can get up to 300% credit limit on your deposit. My card reports promptly and does not report as secured. Payments also post quickly.
dont forget capitalone, they have $49 for $400 and $99 for $500 . I got the $99 for $500 limit, after a years its at 1100 limit, plus i have a gold unsecured for $600 limit. They are stingy, but have both great customer support, and excellent online access.
The Capital One $99 for $XXX offer isn't the only offer!!! They also have the $199 for $200 limit offer (which I got!).
Capital One, First Consumers National Bank, Sterling Bank are legit secured card issuers.