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Applied Bank®

Applied Bank Credit Card Offers

Applied Bank® is a Delaware State Chartered Bank that has been in the industry for more than 25 years. As one of the highest rated banks, it is delivering competitive financial products and services for consumers and businesses of all sizes. Below you will find some of their credit card offers designed for the individuals willing to build credit regardless of their past credit history.
Applied Bank® CREDIT CARDS
Ongoing APR (Purchases):
Annual Fee:
Instant Response:
Credit Check:
Credit Agencies Report:
9.99% Fixed
Credit Recommended: Poor/Fair/Limited/Damaged
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All about Applied Bank Products

Applied Bank® offers those with limited or poor credit history a possibility to receive a full-fledged Visa including worldwide acceptance by nearly all merchants. Like all secured credit cards, Applied Bank® secured cards require a security deposit, which will serve as your credit line as opposed to the unsecured cards where the issuer gives you a credit line based on your credit profile.

When trying to build or rebuild a credit history, it's important to find a credit card that reports the payment history to the major credit bureaus. The Applied Bank® credit cards can be a decent option for people with damaged credit as they automatically report to all three national credit bureaus - Experian, Equifax, and TransUnion helping cardholders to improve their credit scores over time.

In addition to building credit with responsible use of the card, Applied Bank cardholders enjoy benefits like fixed APR, mobile access and more. Unlike most secured credit cards, Applied Bank® cardholders pay a fixed-interest rate on purchases, which is significantly lower than the average APR for this type of products. What's more, Applied Bank won't raise the rate even if you are late on payments.

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