Here’s what the The Bank of Missouri Visa® Platinum Rewards Card offers:
Initial bonus: $50 for spending $1,000 in the first 3 months of account opening.
Ongoing rewards: 1% cash back on all purchases.
Introductory APRs: Not Offered on purchases and Not Offered on balance transfers.
Other Benefits: zero liability protection, Norton ID theft services, roadside dispatch and more.
Keep in mind that The Bank of Missouri Visa® Platinum Rewards Card requires at least good credit for approval. So, make sure you know where you stand before applying. You can check your credit score for free, right here on WalletHub.
If you have bad credit or no credit, any bank that offers a … read full answersecured credit card will be easier to get a credit card from than a bank that doesn’t offer secured cards. Capital One, Bank of America, Citibank, and U.S. Bank are some of the major banks that offer secured credit cards. These credit cards require a deposit, which becomes your credit limit. And in general, you can get a secured credit card with bad credit.
It's worth noting that any previously-existing relationships you have with banks may come in handy, too. If the bank you have a checking account with offers a credit card, that will likely be an easy bank to get a credit card from. Your established relationship with your bank gives them access to your day-to-day deposit account history, which doesn’t show up on your credit report. So that’s extra potentially good information that’s available to your bank and not to other card issuers you might apply for a credit card with.
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