Are you only looking for unsecured? Or will you consider secured too?When it comes to unsecured
unfortunately you're not going to find a free credit card. The ones you listed are typical of the handful you will find with bad credit history; all of them have high fees, very low credit limits, and many of them come from banks the average person has never heard of before.
Like you, I completely agree they are overpriced and that is why CreditCardForum absolutely refuses to advertise them, regardless of how much they will offer to pay us. There's just no point in people paying that much money when there are other lower cost ways to rebuild credit history.There are low cost options for secured.
They may not be totally free of fees, but you can easily find one with an annual fee of around $30 or less.
Some accept security deposits as low as $200 and since that deposit is fully refundable (as long as you don't have any outstanding balances when you close the account) it means you will be paying very little for the credit card itself.
They're much better options than paying through the roof for something like a First Premier card which might technically be unsecured, but with its low limit and high fees, you almost have to pony up as much money upfront as a secured card.
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