All eight of the Capital One store cards require fair credit or better for approval. So there are no store credit cards for bad credit from Capital One.
Capital One does have a non-store card for bad credit, though: the Capital One Secured Mastercard. You can get Capital One Secured with a bad credit score, and there’s a $0 annual fee as well as a $0 foreign transaction fee. You just have to place a security deposit of $49, $99 or $200, depending on your credit history. And you’ll get a $200 starting limit. You can use the Capital One Secured Card at any store that accepts Mastercard.
Overall, there are very few store credit cards for bad credit from any issuer. The most notable is the Fingerhut Credit Account. Fingerhut is an online/catalog retailer.
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