The OpenSky annual fee is $35 per year. OpenSky’s $35 annual fee is higher than the average annual fee among new credit card offers right now. It’s not the only fee you need to worry about with the OpenSky® Secured Visa® Credit Card, either.
One of the main points of attraction for OpenSky is the fact that it does not perform credit checks and is open to applicants with bad credit. So it is a secured card designed for rebuilding credit. Opening an OpenSky account requires a $200 refundable security deposit, at a minimum.
No, the OpenSky card does not run a credit check when you apply. In fact, OpenSky does not perform any credit checks. OpenSky is a secured credit card designed for those looking to rebuild their credit, so it is available to applicants with bad or no credit.
OpenSky requires a minimum security deposit of $200. Your refundable security deposit also acts as your credit limit.… read full answer
You can submit an application online. You will need to provide personal information and contact details, along with financial and security information such as your total annual income, monthly housing payments, and Social Security Number. Lastly, you will need the details for the card used to fund your refundable security deposit.
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