Credit Card Glossary: Terms and Definitions
A semisecured credit card is similar to a secured card in that both require you to put down a deposit that is used as collateral if you are late paying the bill. But unlike a secured card, a semisecured card’s credit limit is greater than the amount on deposit. That makes a semisecured card good for people who are trying to rebuild credit and are ready to graduate from a secured card but can’t yet qualify for a conventional credit card.
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