Citi® Secured Mastercard®
Citi® Secured Mastercard®
Accepted Credit Scores
Minimum Security Deposit
APR on Purchases
Citi Secured Pros & Cons
Relatively low minimum deposit
No annual fee
3% foreign-transaction fee
Citi Secured's Additional Info
|cash advance fee||5% (min $10)|
|cash advance APR||28.24% (V)|
|foreign transaction fee||3%|
|smart chip||Yes, chip-and-signature|
|max late fee||$41|
|max overlimit fee||$0|
|max penalty APR||29.99% (V)|
The Citi® Secured Mastercard® is a no annual fee credit card that helps you build your credit when used responsibly.
Unlike a debit card, it helps build your credit history with monthly reporting to all 3 major credit bureaus. Once available, you will also have free access to your FICO score online.
Use your card anywhere Mastercard® is accepted — worldwide.
A security deposit is required. Once approved, your credit limit will be equal to your security deposit (minimum of $200).
Get help staying on track with Auto Pay and account alerts.
With Flexible Payment Due Dates, you can choose any available due date in the beginning, middle or end of the month.
Manage your account 24/7 online, by phone, or in our mobile app.
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