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secured credit cards

so I just applied for the cap 1 secured card and got a 200 line for a $49 deposit which is great cause i can begin to build some more positive credit. I have had at least three consumer finance auto loans in the last 3 years that are all paid in full except one and all with no late or slow pays. anyways i would like to apply for one more secured card any suggestions for a good card in washington state??? (I do not want to inquire and get turned down)

 

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Re: secured credit cards

Bank of America Rewards secured card. Best secured credit card hands down. 

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Re: secured credit cards

Or do you belong to a CU?  You could apply for one through them.


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