Capital One (a WalletHub advertiser), one of the nation’s largest banks and credit card companies, offers credit cards across all credit levels. Capital One credit cards for people with bad credit are designed for people who are in the process of rebuilding their credit. According to Capital One’s website, a Capital One bad credit offer might be suitable if any of the following three statements are true: 1) You have missed more than three medical bill, credit card or loan payments in a row during the past year 2) Your credit history is significantly impacted by a recent bankruptcy or a defaulted credit card / loan 3) You have submitted a credit card application during the last three months and were subsequently denied. If this describes you, we recommend opening asecured Capital One credit card. Secured cards require a refundable security deposit, but they also have minimal fees, making them an inexpensive means of building credit.…show moreshow less
I love this card! After making a few mistakes when I was 18, this card has helped me rebuild my credit! It is accepted everywhere, the customer service is top notch, and because I have always maintained my account they have upped my limit while keeping me at a 0% interest! Who can beat that? I would highly recommend this card to ANYONE, good credit or bad it doesn't matter!! Just be responsible! Thanks for inventing a card like this for people like me that need a fresh start! I am happy to report my credit is now up (I won't say how high but I do get daily offers for credit cards and this is my go to card!)!…read more
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