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There are plenty of banks and credit unions that offer secured credit cards, including Bank of America, Capital One, and Citibank.
Major Banks That Offer Secured Credit Cards
A number of smaller banks and credit unions offer secured credit cards, too. They include Capital Bank, First Progress, and Applied Bank, among others. The major banks that do not offer secured cards are American Express, Barclays, Chase, and Synchrony Bank.
Keep in mind that it’s not a secured credit card’s issuer that really matters. Your goal should be to find the card with the lowest possible annual fee, no matter who offers it. And you can achieve that goal by comparing secured credit cards using WalletHub's free comparison tool. You can also try our free CardAdvisor to get a personalized recommendation based on your answers to a few simple questions.
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Jeff Nowel, Member
Quite a lot of them. Since secured cards are the start of a relationship with a bank for many many people (because they help build/rebuild credit), many of them have one or more. Cap One, Boa, Citi, Discover are just a few, but you can even find some from credit unions, looking to keep local folks with them.
Clarissa Motos, Member
There are a lot of banks that offer secured credit cards. Some of the most important ones are: Capital One, Citi, U.S. Bank, Wells Fargo, Merrick Bank, Bank of America, and USAA. There are also some smaller banks and even credit unions offering secured cards, all in the interest of helping you build or repair your credit.
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