About Secured Credit Cards

A secured credit card is a card where you essentially put up cash as a deposit. Let’s say $500, or maybe even $1,000.

Whatever amount you turn over to a bank that is issuing you a secured credit card becomes your credit limit. If you put up $500, then you get a secured credit card issued to you in the amount of $500, which gives you a $500 limit.

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