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Edith Said:where can i get a credit card with bad credit?
We Answered:The All Access® Prepaid Visa® Card gives you the simplicity and the convenience you need to manage your finances. All Access is more than just a card - it's a full service account that takes care of all of your financial needs in just one place.
100% Approved - no credit check and bad credit is okay.
$10,000 Load Capacity - reloadable at retailers nationwide.
No Upfront Payment - and no minimum balance requirements.
FREE Savings Accounts - higher rate than most national banks.
FREE Instant Transfers - send money to other cardholders.
FREE Account Alerts - email or text messages on account activity.
FREE Direct Deposit - make payday faster and safer.
Online Bill Pay - pay bills to anyone at any time, online.
Extra Cards - on the same account for family members or yourself.
Fees associated with All Access® Prepaid Visa® Card
Annual Fee: $0
Cash Advance Fee: $2.00 for U.S. ATM transactions; $4.95 for international ATM
Minimum Deposit: $10
Application Fee: $9.95
Participation Fee: ($9.95 monthly) or optionally pay per transaction
Reload Fee: $0 for direct deposits or PayPal transfers, $4.95 for ACH or credit or debit card transfers; In person retail cash load fees vary by merchant location.
Inactive Fee: $5.95
Apply online at: http://www.credit-card-gallery.com/PrePa…
Kimberly Said:Credit Card for Bad/No credit people?
We Answered:Go to www.orchardbank.com That's where we got our first credit card after bankruptcy. They charge a minimal 1 time fee of $59 for a $300 line of credit. It was a really good way to start rebuilding our credit history.
Stacey Said:bad credit card?
We Answered:CapitolOne will give almost anyone their basic card & there is no annual fee's
Vera Said:Is Cancelling Credit Cards Bad for My Credit Score?
We Answered:You can use this credit monitoring service to pre-estimate future scores for different scenarios of such payments - buildcredit.ifastnet.com
Bobby Said:A FICO score of 597 got me a Capitol One Credit card with a $500 limit and no annual fee...?
We Answered:Pay your bills on time or you will never get that score up.