Bad credit credit card applications from Orchard Bank
By Ben Woolsey
Orchard Bank, a leader in making credit cards available to those often ignored by other banks because of little or no credit history (or damaged credit), has recently announced three new exciting credit card products. In keeping with the 2006 Winter Olympic games, Orchard Bank is going with precious metals for their new credit card offers. These include the Orchard Bank Silver, Gold and Platinum MasterCard products.
Deciding on which card to apply for might be the hardest part of getting a new credit card from Orchard Bank. They have some of the more forgiving credit underwriting standards in the industry, and have thus learned how to provide strong value for reasonable fees to those in this riskier credit landscape.
The Orchard Bank Silver Card is a great place to start to rebuild damaged credit or just establish your credit, as it reports to all three major credit bureaus. The Silver Card also provides 24-hour online account access and periodic credit limit increases.
The Orchard Bank Gold Card offers the prestige of a gold card along with all the trappings that come with a gold card, including higher credit limits and a host of card benefits provided by MasterCard.
The Platinum Card is the pinnacle in Orchard Bank's hierarchy of products, providing cardholders with all the benefits included with Silver and Gold along with elite platinum card perks offered by MasterCard. Whether it's making hotel reservations, car rentals or enjoying purchase protection, the Orchard Bank Platinum Card can handle it all in style. As with all Orchard Bank products, cardholders are protected from unauthorized purchases anytime they use their card for online or offline purchases.
While building or rebuilding a strong credit rating can be an arduous journey, Orchard Bank believes its cardholders should enjoy a little prestige along the way with their new line of cards.
Published: April 26, 2006
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