Your First Progress Platinum Elite approval odds are pretty good as long as you aren’t carrying too much debt and you don’t have major red flags such as an ongoing bankruptcy on your credit report. You’ll need enough income to pay your bills each month, too. Applicants can get approved with a bad credit score of 639 or below, however, so even a low credit score shouldn’t hold you back.
The First Progress Platinum Elite can help cardholders build or rebuild their credit scores. But before applying for the First Progress Platinum Elite, you should compare it to the other credit cards for bad credit that are currently on the market, to make sure you find the right fit. If you end up getting denied for the First Progress Platinum Elite, consider applying for a credit card with no credit check.
The First Progress Platinum Elite Mastercard® Secured Credit Card
The First Progress Platinum Elite credit limit is $200 to $2,000. Everyone who gets approved for First Progress Platinum Elite is guaranteed a credit limit of at least $200, though each person’s exact starting credit limit will depend on how much of a security deposit they put down. When you first open the secured card, the amount of your security deposit will be your credit limit.… read full answer
The First Progress Platinum Elite credit limit that you start with isn’t necessarily your credit line forever. First Progress will usually allow you to increase your security deposit for a higher credit line.
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