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Monday, October 18, 2021

The First Progress Platinum Elite MasterCard® Secured Credit Card

► 2021 Review, Application & Rates

"For people with bad credit, this card allows you to build a fresh credit history wherever life takes you and reports your responsible usage to the big three credit bureaus every month."
- Toby Sembower,
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The First Progress Platinum Elite MasterCard® Secured Credit Card Review

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BEST OVERALL RATING

★★

2.3

OVERALL RATING

2.3/5.0
  • Receive Your Card More Quickly with New Expedited Processing Option
  • No Credit History or Minimum Credit Score Required for Approval
  • Quick and Complete Online Application; No credit inquiry required!
  • Includes Free Real-Time Access to Your Credit Score and Ongoing Credit Monitoring powered by Experian
  • Full-Feature Platinum Mastercard® Secured Credit Card; Try our new Mobile App for Android users!
  • Good for Car Rental, Hotels; Anywhere Credit Cards Are Accepted!
  • Monthly Reporting to all 3 Major Credit Bureaus to Establish Credit History
  • Credit Line Secured by Your Fully-Refundable Deposit of $200 -- $2,000 Submitted with Application
  • Just Pay Off Your Balance and Receive Your Deposit Back at Any Time
  • 24/7 Online Access to Your Account
  • Nationwide Program though not yet available in NY, IA, AR, or WI *See Card Terms.
  • Get a fresh start! A discharged bankruptcy still in your credit bureau file will not cause you to be declined.
Intro (Purchases)
Intro (Transfers)
Regular APR
Annual Fee
Credit Needed
N/A
N/A
19.99% (V)
$29
Poor/Limited/No Credit

Interest Rate

Annual Fee

Credit Needed

Ratings By Category

Best Overall
★★
2.3
Low APR
(Ranked #37 out of 40)
★★
2.0
Secured
(Ranked #14 out of 17)
★★★★
3.8

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