Credit Building card reviews

Credit Building Credit Cards - Reviews

If you’re in the process of rebuilding your credit history, or, if you’re a newbie looking to take the plunge into credit, a credit card can be a great tool for building up your score quickly. From secured cards to unsecured cards with annual fees – and even a few cards with rewards programs – there is an abundance of options for cardholders with poor, average and limited credit histories.

We’ve rated a selection of entry-level credit cards on their value for building credit – including rewards, APRs, benefits and credit-building features – to help you find the best card to help you quickly ramp up your credit score for the least expense possible.

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First PREMIER Bank Secured Credit Card review

First PREMIER Bank Secured Credit Card

1.9 rating

Though it does not offer any rewards and comes with an annual fee, the First PREMIER Bank Secured credit card is still a decent option for those with lower credit scores looking for a good APR.

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Indigo Platinum Mastercard review

Indigo Platinum Mastercard

1.2 rating

The Indigo Platinum MasterCard is a pretty basic credit building card, offering a standard APR and credit limit with no rewards program. Unless you qualify for a lower annual fee, it’s probably not worth what it costs to own.

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First PREMIER Bank MasterCard Credit Card review

First PREMIER Bank MasterCard Credit Card

0.9 rating

The First PREMIER Bank MasterCard is designed to help those with lower credit scores steadily improve their credit, but it comes with hefty fees.

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Total Visa Unsecured Credit Card review

Total Visa Unsecured Credit Card

0.7 rating

While the Total Visa Unsecured doesn’t require a security deposit and offers regular reviews for a credit line increase, cardholders will be buried in additional processing fees.

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