Unfortunately not, as this card requires “excellent” credit ( i.e. 720+ credit score) for approval. The best type of credit card for rebuilding credit is a secured card, given its relatively low fixed costs. Some don’t even charge annual fees. You can compare secured credit cards here: https://wallethub.com/credit-cards/secured/ .
If you’d like to track your credit rebuilding progress, you can get free daily credit scores as well as credit improvement tips from WalletHub: https://wallethub.com/free-credit-score/. Checking your credit score is important because it will be tough to find an unsecured card with decent rates if you have bad credit, but there are some 0% cards available to people with fair credit. Best of luck!
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