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Best Credit Cards for Bad Credit

Best Credit Cards for Bad Credit

PCB Secured Visa® Credit Card

The PCB Secured Visa® Credit Card is a moderately priced secured credit card that can help cardholders build credit, thanks to monthly reporting to all three major credit bureaus. The PCB Secured Visa Card also offers a wide range of potential deposit amounts: $200 to $1,000 the first year, up to $5,000 after. This gives people with a lot of cash on hand extra flexibility with their spending limit.

Indigo® Mastercard® for Less than Perfect Credit

The Indigo Credit Card is a pretty good unsecured credit card for people with bad credit, offering a $300+ credit limit with no security deposit needed. The Indigo Card has an annual fee of $0 - $99, which is worth paying if you have damaged credit and need a credit card for emergency borrowing.

Revvi Card

The Revvi Card is a pretty good unsecured credit card for people with bad credit who want to earn rewards but need to borrow for emergencies. Cardholders earn 1% cash back on all purchases, after paying the card’s bill, and the card has a $300 minimum credit limit with no deposit needed.


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