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I'm trying to find a bank that does a $200 on a secured credit card my moms credit union does only $500 and are secure cards reloadable? how much should i keep on the card? so i won't max it out

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Re: Amone?

Keep $5000 on it.. Then it leaves plenty of room to charge what ever you want!

 

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I still want to be careful not to max the card i want to start with $200 my moms credit union starts at $500 on a secured card but want to know how much i should leave on the card so i won't max it out

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You may want to give us the whole story next time!

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I said $200

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